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Union of Shop, Distributive and Allied Workers:
The Union of Shop, Distributive and Allied Workers (USDAW) is a trade union in the United Kingdom, consisting of over 433,000 members nationwide. USDAW members work in a variety of occupations and industries including: shopworkers, factory and warehouse workers, drivers, call centres, clerical workers, milkround and dairy process, butchers and meat packers, catering, laundries, chemical processing, home shopping and pharmaceutical. The retail sector employs around 2.77 million people.

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Keir Starmer says he can unite Labour after gaining backing from Usdaw union [Video]Keir Starmer says he can unite Labour after gaining backing from Usdaw union

Labour candidate Sir Keir Starmer visits Usdaw HQ in Wilmslow after the union gave him its backing in the leadership race. He also said Jess Phillips was 'brave' to put her name into the leadership..

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