Unite chief Len McCluskey urged MPs to "keep calm" as shadow chancellor John McDonnell said Labour needs to "move now".Read the full story ›
The Unite leader addressed the fortunes of both political leaders in a wide-ranging interview, before reciting his favourite poet verbatim.Read the full story ›
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Len McCluskey narrowly beat Gerard Coyne to be re-elected as general secretary of Unite union - but the turnout was just over 12%.Read the full story ›
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Len McCluskey has won the backing of most of the Unite union's officers, regions and executive members in his bid to be re-elected general secretary.
Nine out of Unite's 10 regions as well as the vast majority of officers, sectoral and regional committee chairmen and members of the union's executive support him.
McCluskey said: "I am deeply honoured to have received the overwhelming support of the people who give their time to build this great union and defend our members."
"Their vote of confidence in me is phenomenal."
McCluskey is being challenged by regional official Gerard Coyne and the election will be held in March and April.
In a series of social media posts, McCluskey described the Islington North MP as a "genuine, decent man fighting for a fairer Britain".Read the full story ›
Gerard Coyne is hoping to take over as general secretary of Unite, from Len McCluskey.Read the full story ›
Len McCluskey's rival to head Unite says the union's current boss meddles too much in Westminster politics.Read the full story ›
Unite leader Len McCluskey is stepping down and will seek re-election for a further term of office from next April, the union said.Read the full story ›