A trade union has taken to the streets of Aberdeen today to protest against “employment barriers” which undermine UK seafarers and offshore workers.
RMT is calling for the enforcement of the national minimum wage (NMW) on commercial vessels working in the North Sea.
Union bosses also want to see more jobs and training for workers.
The union started by demonstrating outside the constituency office of Ross Thomson, Conservative MP for Aberdeen South, before moving onto the Granite-City headquarters of Oil and Gas UK.
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