by Tim Lezard The TSSA has voted by a decisive majority to maintain its political links with Labour. In a secret ballot, members voted by 89% to 11% to maintain the union’s political fund. TSSA general secretary Manuel Cortes said: “I am delighted that …

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Labourby Tim Lezard

The TSSA has voted by a decisive majority to maintain its political links with Labour.

In a secret ballot, members voted by 89% to 11% to maintain the union’s political fund.

TSSA general secretary Manuel Cortes said: “I am delighted that we had such a big majority. Our members recognise that the Labour Party is the only credible party when it comes to improving the lives of ordinary working people.”


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