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(From Guardian Unlimited)
Contenders for the Labour leadership will have to prove they oppose the privatisation of public services to get the union's vote when Tony Blair stands down, Unison's leader has warned.
The general secretary of the largest public sector union, Dave Prentis, signalled the union's determination to flex its political muscle in the election of the future prime minister by quizzing candidates on three key tests: their views on the private finance initiative (PFI) and the introduction of competition and markets in public services.
Speaking after his address to delegates at Unison's annual conference last night, in which he …