Monthly Archives: August 2013

Police ‘cover-up’ their blacklisting role

The police are involved in a ‘cover-up’ of their blacklisting role and can’t be trusted to investigate themselves, the Blacklist Support Group has said. The group was speaking out after the Guardian reported it had seen evidence that the police gathered intelligence on trade union activists and passed the information to The Consulting Association, a […]
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McAlpine drags rivals into its blacklist defence

Sir Robert McAlpine has added at least nine other contractors as co-defendants against a multi-million pound legal action by blacklisted building workers. Solicitors Guney, Clark and Ryan are acting for more than 100 construction workers who launched the compensation claim last year. The claim was made against McAlpine, who were defending the action on their […]
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