(Source. https://labour.org.uk/people/unions/)

The Labour Party was formed out of the trade union movement to give working people their own political voice. The link from the workplace to the party through the affiliated trade unions is what makes it unique to this day. This link is more important than ever as we work together to tackle the urgent problems we face as a country, from stagnating wages to failing public services.

TULO (The Trade Union & Labour Party Liaison Organisation) is the umbrella organisation that coordinates the activities of the 12 trade unions who affiliate to the Labour Party.

For more information or to receive updates, visit unionstogether.org.uk or find out why you should join a trade union today.

Associated Society of Locomotive Engineers (railways – drivers, operational supervisors and staff)

Bakers, Food and Allied Workers Union – food industry

Industries in and around steel, metal and textile communities

Communication Workers Union – post and telecommunications

Fire Brigades Union – firefighters and other workers within fire and rescue services

For general workers in public and private sectors

Musicians Union – performers, writers and teachers in the music industry

National Union of Mineworkers

Transport Salaried Staffs’ Association – railways, London Underground, travel, haulage, shipping

The public service union for all those providing services to the public whether employed in the public, private or voluntary sectors

For general workers in the public and private sectors

Union of Shop, Distributive and Allied Workers – retail, distributive and related industries

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