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13 January 2021
CWU to ballot on national agreement: The Communication Workers Union (CWU) postal executive has unanimously agreed to propose to the membership a national agreement that, if agreed, would end the two-year dispute between the CWU and Royal Mail
14 October 2020
As we are entering a second wave of Covid-19, senior Royal Mail managers have taken a reckless decision to reintroduce shared vans, on a so-called voluntary basis
2 April 2020
The escalating virus crisis has brought CWU members in Royal Mail to the point of no return
11 March 2020
Almost 110,000 postal workers are currently balloting for strike action
25 February 2020
The Communication Workers Union is reballoting its 110,000 postal members.
22 January 2020
The CWU says that talks with Royal Mail management have broken down
17 December 2019
Hundreds of former Post Office workers were falsely accused of fraud
4 December 2019
The High Court has dismissed the appeal by the Communications Workers Union (CWU) against the scandalous decision to stop the postal workers taking national strike action in Royal Mail, despite winning its strike ballot with an incredible 97% yes vote on a 76% turnout
6 November 2019
says CWU branch secretary Gary Clark
9 October 2019
On 15 October the Communication Workers Union (CWU) will announce the ballot result for industrial action over management plans to end Royal Mail group as a real public service.
2 October 2019
A showdown between Royal Mail bosses and 120,000 workers is taking place as jobs and conditions come under attack.
7 February 2018
The CWU executive committee has agreed a national agreement with Royal Mail Group (RMG) which will now go to members to vote on. Overall, it represents a major climb-down by management and should be viewed as a victory against them.
18 October 2017
72,877 CWU members had voted to strike over pensions, pay and other issues
11 October 2017
Royal Mail has desperately tried to stop the strike planned for 19 October.
20 September 2017
We are demanding pay, terms and conditions which reflect the service we provide
17 May 2017
Privatising Royal Mail was a privatisation too far for Margaret Thatcher. So how did it come to pass that 499 years of public ownership ended in 2015 with the remaining 30% of shares being floated on the London Stock Exchange, following the majority being sold two years earlier?
10 May 2017
In the face of militant action, Royal Mail lifted the suspensions of two reps
9 May 2017
CWU members took action across nine Royal Mail offices
2 March 2017
LAST WEEK, following an initiative by Socialist Party councillors, Coventry city council unanimously voted to oppose post office privatisation, writes Rob Windsor, Coventry Socialist Party councillor.
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