NUT deputy defeats left-winger

11th February 2000 at 00:00
THE NATIONAL Union of Teachers' deputy general secretary, Steve Sinnott, has won a second five-year term after seeing off a challenge from the NUT's left wing. P> Mr Sinnott won 37,821 votes against 15,217 for challenger Kevin Courtney, a member of the Socialist Teachers' Alliance, on a 25 per cent turnout.

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