Ken Jackson

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Sir Ken Jackson (born 1937) is a British trade unionist.[1]

He was the general secretary of the Amalgamated Engineering and Electrical Union (AEEU) until its merger with the Manufacturing, Science and Finance (MSF) in 2001 to become Amicus, where he was made joint general secretary with Roger Lyons. Jackson left in 2003 and was replaced by Derek Simpson.[2]

He is currently the chairman of Nirex, the company responsible for managing UK nuclear waste.[3]

External resources


  1. Jackie Ashley, A foot in the door, and a finger on the pulse, The Guardian, 27 May 2002.
  2. Unite the Union, History, accessed 3 March 2015
  3. New Civil Engineer, Sir Ken Jackson appointed chairman of Nirex, 13 December 2001, 3 March 2015