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Unite

Britain's largest union with over a million members in all types of workplace, and over 100,000 members in the UK health industry.

Unite was formed by a merger of Britain's leading unions, T&G and Amicus, to meet the challenges facing workers in the 21st century. It fights for employees in the workplace, stands up for equality and advances its members’ interests politically. Unite is also active on a global scale, building ever-stronger links with trade unions internationally to confront the challenges of a globalised economy.
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Oh, and as for the line, "Obama: a uniter not a dividerexcept of Jerusalem"?
That gives hope to such long-simmering book projects like Doris Kearns Goodwin's Abraham Lincoln biography "The Uniter" (which Steven Spielberg has long toyed with directing) and Cormac McCarthy's "Blood Meridian."
Concerned Women for America demanded that the Senate reject Kagan's nomination, asserting in a press statement, "Rather than name someone who would be a uniter, President Obama chose an extreme Leftist best known for banning military recruiters from the campus of Harvard University when she was the dean of the Law School."
It's in these roots, in this American microcosmic land, where the great divider and uniter in the melting pot is no longer race but class, where hip-hop is canonized pop music, that Yelawolf has found his constituency.
Uniter of credit unions, credit union organizations, consumer and labor movements, other cooperatives, business leaders, and people of all ages to make H.R.
As a boy Thomas Brooks unconsciously began to build his skills as a uniter. When an economic situation forced his (adoptive) mother Joan to make moves between neighborhoods on the North Side of Pittsburgh Brooks journeyed miles on foot taking new friends back to old haunts and introducing them around.
Jackson 's death brought a tragic end to a long, bizarre, sometimes farcical decline from his peak in the 1980s, when he was popular music's premier all-around performer, a uniter of black and white music who shattered the race barrier on MTV, dominated the charts and dazzled even more on stage.
It is in our lodge teachings that water is above all else the uniter, the healer, the caretaker and all else we can never imagine."
We have a nation that has been brought together by a president who is truly a uniter. We have a presidency that is back on the right track.
In a recent USA Today/Gallup poll, 80% of Americans described him as a "uniter" and only 16% as a "divider."
The president who came to office vowing to be a "uniter not a divider" alluded to the deep partisan divisions that marked his eight years in office.
After eight years of being told that Iraq had weapons of mass destruction, that our economy is fundamentally sound, that our president is a "uniter, not a divider," and that all Americans will be "treated with dignity and respect," there's little question that we're in desperate need of a little honesty.