Motion backing '68 is too late' goes to Unison conference
Delegates at this week's policy making conference of the UK's biggest public sector union are being asked to support the '68 is too late' pension age campaign.
Unison activists are meeting in Bournmouth.
An emergency motion backing the campaign has been submitted by the Lambeth local government branch - and we should know by tomorrow morning if it has made it on to the agenda.
Unison has more than a million members working in local government, health, public utilities, education, and the voluntary sector.
Conference delegates can sign up to support '68 is too late' and get more information by tweeting @marshajane .
UPDATE: The motion is not going to be debated at the annual conference.
But delegates have been promised by the Unison national executive, and the conference standing orders committee, that the issues surrounding the '68 is too late' campaign will be addressed tomorrow morning (Friday 22 June).
Posted on 19 July 2012
Updated on 21 July 2012