Unions now provide 81% of donations to Labour as they have given 20million since Miliband became leaderIt marks a steep 22 per cent rise from Gordon Brown's leadershipTories claim Ed Miliband is even further in thrall to union baronsLargest donor is Unite with 7.5 million given over two years | UPDATED: 03:53 GMT, 31 December 2012 Labour has banked more than 20million in funding from unions since Ed Miliband became leader. The money accounts for 81 per cent of donations to the party over the past two years. It marks a steep rise from Gordon Brown's leadership, when unions provided 59 per cent of donations to the party.
Comrade Crow says all change at Doncaster… | UPDATED: 22:06 GMT, 30 December 2012 The strikes on the Tube and some rail networks over the holiday period are a depressing sign of things to come. The website of the RMT, the rail workers’ union, is littered with reports of industrial action from Penzance to Scotland.