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Swindon keen on signing George Moncur, son of Robins legend John

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first_img George Moncur in action against Tottenham in this season’s FA Cup 1 Swindon are keen on a move for ex-West Ham youngster George Moncur – the son of Robin legend John.It has been suggested that the 22-year-old will be allowed to leave Colchester United this summer following the Essex club’s relegation from League One.And now Swindon are among the clubs interested in landing him should he become available.Former West Ham star John Moncur spent two years as a Swindon player between 1992 and 1994, during which time George was born in the town.And the midfielder, who came through the ranks with the Hammers, could be headed back to his ‘hometown’ club.Moncur scored 20 goals in 86 league outings for Colchester since his arrival in 2014.last_img

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STRIKE ACTION LOOMS AT DONEGAL WOMEN’S DOMESTIC VIOLENCE SERVICE

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first_imgA ballot of union members is to be conducted at Donegal Women’s Domestic Violence Service over what the union has described as reckless decisions by management to cut the hours of workers.Richy Carrothers of IMPACT.IMPACT North West’s Assistant General Secretary, Richy Carrothers said Donegal Women’s Domestic Violence have written to staff advising that as of the 4th May 2015 the hours of all workers will be cut.He said “This will obviously lead to a pay cut. To date the employer has not advised as to the extent of the cut but for sure it will lead to the curtailment of essential services for some of the most vulnerable women in Donegal and across the North West living with physical, sexual and psychological abuse. For many of these women this service represents a lifeline that may not be available when they need it most”. He added that IMPACT believe that there is a moral imperative to protect the service, but also the unilateral cut will also be a breach of contract.“In the last two years a Rights Commissioner has found that Donegal Women’s Domestic Violence Service unlawfully withheld money due on two separate occasions to 5 staff – the employers case collapsed at the Employment Appeals Tribunal and the union is now having to seek an enforcement order for payment at Letterkenny Circuit Court.“The reason this is relevant is that an organisation dedicated to the protection, support and advocacy of women have serially been abusing their own exclusively female staff over the last numbers of years as they have set out to dismantle their contracts of employment”.Mr Carrothers added they can no longer tolerate this situation and the staff intend on standing up for themselves and say stop. “IMPACT will seek a mandate from members to engage in industrial action up to and including strike action as a pre-emptive step to protect workers. It is however, our preference to reach a negotiated settlement and protect services without the need for us to engage in industrial action”. STRIKE ACTION LOOMS AT DONEGAL WOMEN’S DOMESTIC VIOLENCE SERVICE was last modified: April 8th, 2015 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:Donegal Domestic Violence CentreIMPACTlast_img read more

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