Look at this rubbish.
http://labour-uncut.co.uk/2014/08/19/un ... n-the-nhs/
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Unite’s leverage department generated a storm of publicity with its actions during the Grangemouth dispute. Directors of the employer, Ineos, were targeted in their homes, with one executive calling the police after a leverage squad of 25 protesters arrived on his road, complete with banners and a giant, inflatable rat.
Now, word reaches Uncut that the union’s leverage squads will be turning their attention to private sector involvement in the NHS.
Evidence is this extract from a letter by Len McCluskey.
Our Leverage Department has now turned its efforts towards protecting our NHS…Unite will not stand by as the vested interest groups carve up the NHS for private gain and our Leverage Department has begun work to protect accident and emergency wards in your community, to protect hospitals and GP centres under threat in your community, and to expose and prevent the vested interest groups who tender for NHS work, those groups who have profit before patient care
The inevitable question that will be asked of Ed Miliband and Andy Burnham will be whether they back Unite’s decision to deploy leverage squads over the NHS.
If they condemn it, the story will be about another Labour-Unite spat. If they do not, then the old headlines about Labour being in the pocket of Unite and trade union militancy, will be recycled.
Either way, Labour is about to be put on the defensive.
Yep, campaign on Labour's best political issue. On the defensive.