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After EU vote, CWU reaffirms ‘No BT separation’

CWU leaders have condemned “cynical game playing” by competitor telecoms companies seeking to use last week’s EU vote to push for the separation of Openreach from BT.

BT fined £600k after engineer’s fall

At London’s Old Bailey earlier this month, BT was ordered to pay fines and costs of just under £600,000 after engineer David Spurgeon fell seven metres from a loft in a London block of flats, breaking his back and his ankles.

Anxious times as new Capita TUPE looms

Urgent assurances on job security and terms and conditions are the priority of the CWU following yesterday’s announcement that hundreds more O2 members are to be TUPE’d over to Capita.

Members support London Pride march

CWU members showed their support at the London Pride march last Saturday, holding high the union’s LGBT banner and wearing their ‘PRIDE’ T-shirts.

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