Film look­sat in­dus­trial dis­putes

Lennox Herald - - NEWS -

West Dun­bar­ton­shire’s trade union move­ment is step­ping up their cam­paign to bring class pol­i­tics into the com­mu­nity.

Uni­son, Unite, GMB, EIS, branches and Cly­de­bank Trade Union Coun­cil are spon­sor­ing ‘Be­long­ing’, an in­ves­tiga­tive fea­ture length doc­u­men­tary about where power lies in Bri­tain.

It is not on gen­eral re­lease yet but can be seen lo­cally, for free, thanks to the trade union move­ment.

The film re-ex­am­ines events sur­round­ing three in­dus­trial dis­putes, Wap­ping, the pri­vati­sa­tion of Royal Mail, and the dis­pute at Grange­mouth oil re­fin­ery, show­ing the im­pact of gov­ern­ment and cor­po­rate power on democ­racy and hu­man rights.

Be­long­ing will be shown on Thurs­day, Septem­ber 7 at 7pm in Cly­de­bank Town Hall and is open to ev­ery­one.

It is also hoped some­one as­so­ci­ated with the film will be there on the night to say a few words.

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