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Elect Jerry Hicks Campaign Page


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Jerry Hicks is running for election to become General Secretary of Unite, Britain’s largest union. He’s standing on a rank and file ticket and wants Unite to be led by its members and lead the resistance to cuts and austerity.

In the last election Jerry came second with more than 50,000 votes. A good vote this time could be a platform for launching a genuine rank and file movement which gives ordinary members control over their disputes and their union.

Below you can read our campaign coverage of the most important election in Unite in years.

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Jerry Hicks: “Let’s transform Britain’s largest union” 

Jerry Hicks sets out his campaign platform in the latest of issue of Workers Power newspaper

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We need to build a rank and file movement in Unite

The campaign to elect Jerry Hicks can be a platform for building greater grassroots control of Unite

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Why I’m Standing: an interview with Jerry Hicks

Jerry Hicks speaks to Workers Power after announcing his campaign

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Socialist Party backs McCluskey – candidate of Unite bureaucracy

Why has the Socialist Party backed a candidate who refuses to lead a fightback – or challenge Labour to do so?

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An Action Programme for Unite

A proposal for united action to build a democratic and fighting union

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What would a rank and file movement look like today?

A look at the tasks and tactics in fighting for rank and file control today

 

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