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From The Socialist newspaper, 10 August 2016

Paul Reilly for RMT EC

Rail worker and Socialist Party member Paul Reilly is standing for the executive of transport union RMT

Rail worker and Socialist Party member Paul Reilly is standing for the executive of transport union RMT   (Click to enlarge)

Socialist Party member Paul Reilly, a branch secretary of the RMT transport workers' union in Nuneaton, is a candidate for the union's national executive committee to represent the Midlands region.

Network rail worker Paul was a Trade Unionist and Socialist Coalition (TUSC) candidate in Nuneaton at the 2015 general election and has been involved in the campaign to save City Link jobs last year and recently the campaign in support of Jeremy Corbyn. Paul moved the motion at the 2016 RMT conference to support Corbyn.

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