SFWU living high on the Living Wage – Observation by the Owl

SFWU has spent $5 on this campaign

SFWU has spent $538,697 on this campaign

The Service and Food Workers union are powerful, so powerful that the 3 stooges begging for their vote are agreeing to implement the Living Wage that they keep banging on about.

Well The Owl has analysed the union’s accounts and found a sea of red ink as a result of the Living Wage campaign.

The SFWU have filed their 2013 Accounts.

Normally the Owl would write a narration but today the Owl will let the numbers do the talking.

Loss for the Year $(148,446) taking the combined losses over the last 4 years to $(516,476)  

Note 16: The SFWU has a total Visa credit card limit of $120,000 (2012:$120,000).

Note 13: Members were Levied $52,070 for Living Wage Levy ($0.20 per members per week)

Note 13: SFWU spent $538,697.00 on Living Wage Campaign.

Observation by the Owl

$538,697.00 on a campaign for what? If I was a member I would be asking for a breakdown?

I’d suggest that the $538,697 has been spent buying a leader for the Labour party.

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