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**New Video** Be 'sun smart and skin safe' urges CWU

CWU national health and safety officer, Dave Joyce, joined Royal Mail officials this morning (Thursday) for the launch of the 'No Time to Lose' campaign at Royal Mail headquarters in London.

Dog attacks still too high despite downward trend

The CWU believes that the level of dog attacks on postal workers are still too high, despite a more pro-active approach being taken by the authorities after a change in the law.

**Video** Royal Mail's Pension Salary Exchange (PSE): What it means for you

Royal Mail has written to staff with details of a new way of making pension contributions. The CWU believe that the introduction of PSE makes sense for members. Here Ray Ellis provides answers to some of the major questions surrounding Royal Mails PS

CWU warning over independent voice for postmasters

Ahead of the special conference of the NFSP in Birmingham today, the CWU has written to subpostmasters warning them of the dangers of the plans of the Federations' leadership to enter into a Memorandum of Understanding with Post Office Ltd.

Solidarity with striking German postal workers

Around 19,000 postal workers at Deutsche Post staged a one-day strike yesterday (Tuesday) as part of an on-going dispute with the company over pay and terms of conditions.

Ofcom has overstepped its remit

Responding to the announcement this morning that Ofcom are to launch a review of postal market regulation, CWU general secretary, Dave Ward said

Government criticised for 'rushing' Royal Mail share sale

General secretary Dave Ward has criticised the Government for “disregarding†the UK public in its haste to sell off its remaining stake in Royal Mail.

Branch approval for Royal Mail conduct code

A new Royal Mail conduct code will be introduced across the business in the coming period after a CWU branch ballot overwhelmingly endorsed an agreement negotiated with the business.

CWU opposes final sell-off of Royal Mail

CWU general secretary Dave Ward responds to today's announcement that the government plans to sell its remaining shares in Royal Mail

'Intransigent' Post Office bring dispute closer

Post Office bosses were warned yesterday that they risk provoking yet another industrial dispute unless they honour existing pay agreements and “make a fair offer†for this year.

CWU calls for Royal Mail to prioritise growth after decent results

Responding to Royal Mail's annual results, the CWU described them as a decent set of results for this year, whilst calling on the company to work harder at delivering growth.

Stoke CWU remember the fallen

CWU retired members packed into the branch office of Midland 7 Branch this week for the unveiling of a new commemorative plaque to postal workers who gave their lives for their country.

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