Unity (trade union)

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Unity
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Full name Unity (previously the Ceramic and Allied Trades Union)
Founded 1827
Members 9,000
Country United Kingdom
Affiliation TUC, Labour Party[1]
Key people Harry Hockaday, general secretary
Office location Stoke-on-Trent, United Kingdom
Website www.unitytheunion.org.uk/

Unity, formerly the Ceramic and Allied Trades Union, is a British trade union, created in the early 19th century to protect pottery workers from dangerous conditions of their field. In 2006 it changed its name to Unity.

The General Secretary of CATU and now Unity is Harry Hockaday.

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