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  • n. The ISO 3166-1 three-letter (alpha-3) code for the Gambia.

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Examples

  • The Union’s motives are rather different from those of the rest of us: the GMB is exercised that there was an opt-out to the EU Charter of Fundamental Rights.

    Referendum News : Trouble 't Mill

  • Put People First The peaceful protest, which involves the General Union, known as the GMB, and the Trades Union Congress, as well as Friends of the Earth and Oxfam, took place on March 28.

    London: Know Your G-20 Protesters

  • And the General Union, known as the GMB, which represents 300,000 public-sector workers, said it is considering seeking a 7% pay raise for the next fiscal year, which begins in April.

    U.K. Seeks to Restrain

  • The GMB is the only body authorised to buy and sell grain in the country.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • The GMB is the only body permitted by law to trade in maize which is ground into maize-meal.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • Employees of the PCS have their own trade union, a branch of the GMB, which is fighting the PCS leadership over a new pay and pensions deal.

    Telegraph.co.uk - Telegraph online, Daily Telegraph and Sunday Telegraph

  • The decision by Unite and the GMB is a boost to the No camp, which yesterday revealed the names of 114 Labour MPs who have pledged their support in May's referendum.

    The Independent - Frontpage RSS Feed

  • The GMB is the state-owned monopoly for the purchasing and distribution of all grain in Zimbabwe, and has long been accused of denying access to food deliveries to perceived opponents of the government.

    AllAfrica News: Latest

  • • A report on the appointment of Charles Allen, former CEO of ITV and chairman of EMI, to oversee a management and commercial review of the Labour party, misspelled the surname of Iain McNicol, former national policy officer of the GMB union, as McNichol throughout Former ITV boss to review Labour party structures, 2 August, page 4.

    Corrections and clarifications

  • Paul Kenny, leader of the GMB union and a veteran of the campaigns against pay deals at British Gas in the 1990s, said: Expecting fund managers, representing shareholders, who themselves are also on the gravy train, to sort this is putting hope before experience.

    Vince Cable hands shareholders power to tackle executive pay

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