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Posted on 28 July 2011 at 15:17 GMT

HONDA - REINSTATE PADDY BRENNAN!

Paddy Brennan, UNITE Convenor at the Swindon Honda plant , photo  Socialist Party

Paddy Brennan, photo Socialist Party

28 July The National Shop Stewards Network has just received word that Paddy Brennan, UNITE Convenor at the Swindon Honda plant has been suspended from work.

More details to follow when we get them, but Paddy's suspension is a provocative attack on a prominent trade union fighter and by extension an attack on the right to organise at Honda.

We demand Paddy's reinstatement and the NSSN pledges to do all it can in support of this.

Please text messages of support to Paddy on 07503 174 827. More updates to follow.

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