The Confederation of Shipbuilding & Engineering Unions
Leaked letters from the CSEU to the Secretary of State
Leaked letters from the CSEU to the Secretary of State
8 March 2021 / News

Ministry of Defence cost cutting over the contracts to maintain the UK’s surface fleet has hit the headlines.

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Sink or swim for shipbuilders after flood of cash
Sink or swim for shipbuilders after flood of cash
7 December 2020 / News

A shortage of skills could yet frustrate the Prime Minister’s bold ambitions to safeguard both the industry and union

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£16bn defence spending boost must help British industry, companies say.
£16bn defence spending boost must help British industry, companies say.
23 November 2020 / Campaign | News

The Prime Minister has pledged to use the money to create 40,000 jobs, stimulate growth and support the UK’s nations

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MoD’s drive for competition is a security threat, Defence Secretary warned
MoD’s drive for competition is a security threat, Defence Secretary warned
2 November 2020 / News

Splitting national security contracts into smaller work packages endangers the country’s military power, warns unions

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Redistribution of working time and wealth webinar
Redistribution of working time and wealth webinar
26 October 2020 / Campaign | Events | News

The Confederation of Shipbuilding & Engineering Unions along with the Institute Of Employment Rights and the Campaign For Trade Union Freedom are holding a webinar.

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Why supporting the Royal Navy is a battle for British shipbuilding
Why supporting the Royal Navy is a battle for British shipbuilding
23 October 2020 / News

The CSEU appears in this article in the Daily Telegraph following the announcement by the Defence Secretary that ‘significant proportions’ of the FSS programme would be built in the UK.

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Johnson’s skills announcement falls flat
Johnson’s skills announcement falls flat
30 September 2020 / Campaign | News

The Prime Minister’s announcement this week on training and skills has been met with scepticism and as another “sound bite with no delivery”

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TUC: Chancellor’s short-time working scheme is a significant step forward
TUC: Chancellor’s short-time working scheme is a significant step forward
24 September 2020 / Campaign | News

The government should target help at industries facing a tough winter, and provide more support for families most at risk of hardship and debt.

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The UK should listen to the unions like the German’s do.
The UK should listen to the unions like the German’s do.
21 August 2020 / Blog | Campaign | News

They discovered that the Germans have an agreed system for short time working to protect employment during times of crisis.

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Call to Arms
Call to Arms
17 August 2020 / Campaign | News

Union chiefs say nine defence projects must be prioritised to safeguard jobs in recession.

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