Union ‘stitch-up’ raises questions about our democracy

Union ‘stitch-up’ raises questions about our democracy

Responding to allegations of a stitch-up in the Labour leadership contest, the Shadow Minister for Social Partnership, said:

“The murky relationship between Labour and the unions has serious implications for everyone in Wales.

“This process will eventually determine who will be the next First Minister of Wales, and allegations of a stitch up will raise questions about the influence of these unions in our democracy.

“Labour’s union paymasters must not be allowed to select our First Ministers through questionable processes.”

Health Secretary Vaughan Gething AM walked away from further questions from ITV Wales Health Reporter James Crichton-Smith ITV

Who would want Vaughan Gething as First Minister?

Vaughan Gething only joined ‘stitch-up’ union months ago

A row that has rocked the Welsh Labour leadership election has become murkier as it emerged that Vaughan Gething only joined the trade union that nominated him in dubious circumstances a few months ago.

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