UK unions call for 'just transition' for energy workers

Madeleine Cuff
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GMB, Unite, Prospect and Unison press for talks with BEIS Secretary Greg Clark to ensure plans for 'clean growth' don't penalise energy sector workers

The UK's four largest unions, Prospect, GMB, Unison and Unite, are stepping up calls for the government deliver a 'just transition' for their 200,000 energy sector workers as the UK moves to a greener...

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