Union boss reconsiders standing for Parliament

Union boss reconsiders standing for ParliamentThe head of the Engineering, Printing and Manufacturing Union, Andrew Little, is reconsidering standing for Parliament.
Often tipped as a future Labour leader, Mr Little earlier in the year ruled out standing. However, he confirmed…
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With a caucus with as much depth as a carpark puddle it is with little surprise that we here Mike "Foot in Mouth" Williams is trying desperately to strong arm Andrew Little into standing for Labour.

This could be read two ways, either Labour is trying to destroy the leadership of the powerful EPMU by getting the two top honcho's into parliament and under the spell of Dear leader or the Union is flexing it's muscles over selections. 

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