Decision

Breach of union rules / breach of statutory balloting procedures decision: Burgess & Ors; Rogers; Wakefield and Bannister v UNISON

This document contains the decision made by the Assistant Certification Officer in these cases.

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Breach of union rules / breach of statutory balloting procedures decision: Burgess & Ors; Rogers; Wakefield and Bannister v UNISON (PH/2/16-17)

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The claimants alleged that Unison breached its rules and the 1992 Act in relation to the election for the position of General Secretary of UNISON in late 2015. At the preliminary hearing on 6th October 2016, the Assistant Certification Officer determined that the complaints from all four applicants should be consolidated and determined at a single hearing. In addition the issues to be determined were identified and agreed. The ACO also gave directions for the full merits hearing which is to be heard on 19,20 and 21 December 2016.

Published 19 October 2016