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10/07/2007 - EGM goes ahead on Saturday July 14

 
The required two-thirds of Solidarity members have now expressed a desire for an Emergency General Meeting on July 14. The meeting will discuss important Constitutional and operational matters
 
So far members have submitted motions which:-
 
Propose increasing the Executive to seven places
Create a dedicated role of Treasurer
Change the Registered Office of the Union
Create a committee to look in detail at the Constitution of the Union and make proposals
 
 
The meeting will be held in the Borough of Brentwood, part of Essex in England.It is located in the London commuter belt, 20 miles (30 km) east north-east of Charing Cross in London and near to the M25 motorway.
 
It is also situated on the Great Eastern Main Line.
 
Train services are provided by 'one'. The typical off-peak service from the station sees six trains per hour between Shenfield and London Liverpool Street. On Saturday, July 14 trains from Liverpool Street depart at.
 
0952
 
1002
 
1012
 
1022
 
1042
 
Journey time is just over 30 minutes.
 
Re-direction will be from outside Brentwood BR Station from 11am. A number of stewards will be on hand to give you directions to the meeting place. Please bring your Union membership card and photographic ID with you to assist our stewards. Please note that no cameras or recording equipment may be used without the permission of the General Secretary. If you wish to apply for such permission please e-mail solidaritygb@aol.com. Additionally, due to security considerations you may be subject to search on entering or re-entering the meeting. Female stewards will be on duty as well as male. We also advise that you bring a packed lunch as no lunch break will be held.
 
Please ignore any communication which tells you that the EGM has been cancelled or will not go ahead. This will be enemy/factional propaganda. If you are in any doubt as to the authenticity of communications sent to you please e-mail solidaritygb@aol.com