Union baron bringing network to its knees faces sex harassment probe


A Union baron who helped grind Britain’s railways to a halt is facing an independent inquiry over sexual harassment and bullying claims. 

Manuel Cortes, 55, head of the Transport Salaried Staffs’ Association (TSSA), was a leading figure in organising rail strikes this summer during months of disruption. 

He faces accusations of unwanted touching and demanding women he worked with kissed him.

Following advice from the TUC over the allegations, Helena Kennedy KC interviewed past and present…



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