trade unionist


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Synonyms for trade unionist

a worker who belongs to a trade union

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Derek was an old time trade unionist who was proud of his roots with strong left-wing principles, and much of what he said has been proved right.
In each case, my experience as a trade unionist is that Scotland - as well as England, Northern Ireland and Wales - will be better off in Europe.
TUSC was set-up in 2010 "to enable trade unionists, community campaigners and socialists to stand candidates against the pro-austerity establishment parties".
Sato is a trade unionist and a member of JICHIRO, the largest umbrella organization of local government unions in Japan.
Trade unionist calls "We Italian workers have one dream in our hearts: Berlusconi in San Vittore
Trade unionists at Grangemouth have paid with their jobs for standing up to the management of Ineos.
The head of government, Prime Minister Bainimarama is urging certain trade unionists to evaluate their actions ahead of the plight of ordinary Fijians across the country.
A group of 280 marchers left Liverpool at the start of May 1981, local groups supported them en route, feeder marches from Yorkshire and South Wales joined in, and by the end of the month 150,000 unemployed people and trade unionists converged on Hyde Park in central London for a final rally.
Proponents of the proposed CFTA point out that the number of trade unionist homicides as a share of all trade unionists is considerably smaller than the total number of homicides as a share of the general population.
Then they came for the trade unionists, and I did not speak out because I was not a trade unionist,'" said Yegelwel.
The call was made by eight trade union members from Arab countries, including Kuwait, during a meeting in Amman on the conditions of the Arab trade unionist movement.
Then they came for the trade unionists, and I did not speak out - because I was not a trade unionist.
According to the ICFTU, more than 80 percent of trade unionist murders throughout the world last year took place in Colombia.
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