The Confederation of Shipbuilding & Engineering Unions
Supporting aviation and aerospace jobs
Supporting aviation and aerospace jobs
1 June 2020 / Campaign | News

The CSEU is launching a campaign asking Government to look beyond the headline job losses and take urgent action to sustain the hundreds of thousands of jobs that depend on Britain’s aviation industry which is the second biggest in the world.

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Future working world
Future working world
1 June 2020 / Blog | News

Ian Waddell’s article for The Morning Star on the response to Covid-19 in our future working world

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Crucial boost for battle to build new Royal Navy supply ships in Britain
Crucial boost for battle to build new Royal Navy supply ships in Britain
15 November 2018 / Campaign | News

Campaigners calling for new Royal Navy supply ships to be built in Britain have seized on comments they say prove the case for keeping the £1billion deal in the UK – The Daily Mirror.

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Autumn 2018 Update
Autumn 2018 Update
9 November 2018 / Blog | News

An important document about the aerospace industry has been published by a European body, following an inquiry where I gave evidence on behalf of the UK trade unions.

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Update: Fleet Solid Support ships
Update: Fleet Solid Support ships
30 July 2018 / Blog | Campaign | News

It has been a busy few weeks for the CSEU as we have really ramped up our campaign on the Fleet Solid Support ships

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Ferry Foundation gets High Court Approval
Ferry Foundation gets High Court Approval
30 June 2018 / Campaign | News

Breaking news – the High Court have approved our application to gift the money in the 35 Hour Week Campaign fund to the new charity, the Alex Ferry Foundation!

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Fleet Solid Support Ships Report
Fleet Solid Support Ships Report
31 May 2018 / Campaign | News | Reports

As previously trailed, I am delighted to announce the publication of the CSEU’s report on Fleet Solid Support Ships – “Fleet Solid Support Ships – Supporting the Royal Navy, Supporting the United Kingdom”. 

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