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Usdaw - National Executive Council Elections 2024 - 2027

Date: 19 February 2024 The report of voting for the above elections is as follows:

Close of voting: 5pm on 16 February 2024

The results of the Union's National Executive Council elections have been received from Civica Election Services and the results are as follows:

CONTEST: South Wales and Western Region

South Wales and Western Region

 South Wales and Western Region

*Elected due to branch constraints in align with Rule 9, Section 6. Which states.

‘No branch of the Union shall be entitled to have more than one of its members serving at any one time on the National Executive Council as an elected member.’

Therefore, as Ryan Aldred and Debbie Wilson are both members of Plymouth and District General Branch, Mervyn Sterry was automatically elected to the first NEC seat.


CONTEST: Eastern Region

 Eastern Region


CONTEST: Midlands Region

 Midlands Region


North Eastern Region

 North Eastern Region

Scottish Region

 Scottish Region

CONTEST: Southern Region

   Southern Region

CONTEST: North West Region

 North West Region

The National Executive Council members will take up their posts immediately following the Annual Delegate Meeting 2024.


As Scrutineers appointed in accordance with Section 49 of the Trade Union and Labour Relations (Consolidation) Act 1992 (as amended), we are satisfied as to each of the matters specified in subsection 52(2) with regard to the election. The following points should be noted:

a) The person appointed under section 51A to carry out the storage and counting of voting papers was Civica Election Services.

b) The person appointed under section 51A to carry out the distribution of voting papers was Civica Election Services.

c) A copy of the register of voters (as at the relevant date) was examined in accordance with section 49(3). The examination took place at our own instance and did not reveal any matter that should be brought to the attention of the trade union.

We would draw your attention to sections 52(4), 52(5), and 52(6). Section 52(4) requires that a copy of this report be published and made available to all members of the union within a three month period from today. This does not, however, mean that every member has to be notified individually. Section 52(5) requires that the union will, on request, supply any member of the union with a copy of the report on payment of a reasonable fee.


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