Plaid Cymru idea to cut Labour's Union funding

Plaid Cymru have come up with a spiffing idea that could spread fast and cut Labour's traditional source of union funding.

They say at the moment many union members do not realise that they are paying money to the Labour party.

you do not want your union money to go to the Labour party then create
an email to your union by clicking on the logo below. Fill in your
name, address and the date and send it. Your union will then stop
giving your money to the Labour party.;lID=1





Communications and workers union



 Unite (Formerly T&GWU and Amicus)




Musicians union

Bakers, Food and Allied workers union

If you do not have a mail manager (e.g. outlook express) and are
having any problems creating an email simly copy and paste the
following text into an email and send it to your union.



I give notice that I object to contributing to the Labour Party
through the Political Fund of the Union, and am in consequence exempt,
in the manner provided for by Chapter VI of Part 1 of the Trade Union
and Labour Relations (Consolidation) Act 1992, from contributing to any
political fund that donates to the Labour party.




NuLab – Destroying Britain from the inside out.

As a Libertarian, I applaude Plaid Cymru for their thinking on free choice.

“Your Life – Your Country – Your Choice”


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