Unite's Grangemouth chief resigns

Steven Deans, the Unite union's representative at the Grangemouth refinery in Scotland, was at the centre of a dispute which led to the refinery's bosses threatening to shut down the whole site.

He has now resigned a day before he was due to meet his employer, Ineos.

Mr Deans was also chairman of the Labour party in nearby Falkirk, and was accused of trying to install Unite's choice as Labour candidate for MP. ITV News Deputy Political Editor Chris Ship reports:

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Grangemouth: Unite rep resigns

Stevie Deans, the Unite union official at the centre of the Grangemouth dispute, has resigned from his job at the plant, its owner Ineos has confirmed.