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McCuskey Accuses Government Of Playing ‘Russian Roulette’ Amid Brexit Resignations
Len McCluskey, the leader of the UK and Ireland’s largest union Unite accused the UK government of playing ‘Russian roulette with jobs’, following the resignation of David Davis MP, secretary of state for exiting the European Union.

Responding to David Davis’ resignation Unite general secretary Len McCluskey said:

"This government continues to play Russian roulette with the jobs and prospects of the people of this country.

"On the single most important issue facing this country since the second world war, Brexit, the Conservatives fight among themselves while employers and workers watch on in horror.

"Time and again they have shown that they are incapable of putting the interests of the people first in order to chart a course to protect jobs and investment."

McCuskey Accuses Government Of Playing ‘Russian Roulette’ Amid Brexit Resignations, 10th July 2018, 15:55 PM