Britain’s most powerful trade union gave multimillion-pound contracts to a company whose owner is under criminal investigation for alleged bribery, it is revealed today.
Construction projects across Britain were awarded by Unite to the Flanagan Group, a Liverpool company run by an associate of Len McCluskey, the union’s general secretary.
The Flanagan Group is under investigation by Merseyside police in connection with Operation Aloft, a long-running inquiry into the sale of council-owned land in Liverpool to developers. Paul Flanagan, head of the group, was arrested in September on suspicion of conspiracy to commit bribery.
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