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CWU has negotiated voluntary changes with Openreach over winter attendances this year.
Five Glasgow learning reps were presented with People Make Glasgow - Inspiring City Awards last week in recognition of their work at the city's mail centre.
CWU HQ played host to the pilot of the European Network Gender Project this week, welcoming an all-female delegation from UNI Global Union, UNI Europa as well as the Italian General Confederation of Labour (CGIL) and the Spanish Labour Union (CCOO).
London Assembly Member Murad Qureshi today (Wednesday) challenged Mayor of London Boris Johnson on why he gave TNT Post's expansion in the capital publicity, despite the company's record on poverty pay.
The CWU today (Wednesday) said the Government has failed to learn lessons from the botched sale of Royal Mail and is making the same mistake with the review of the privatisation led by Lord Myners.
Retail outlet Phones 4 U collapsed into administration on Sunday evening putting at risk 5,596 jobs across 720 stores across the UK. The last of its mobile operator partners EE informed the company it no longer wished to sell its products through ret
"A serious industrial dispute" affecting essential supplies of equipment and cash to post offices right across the UK could be on the way unless management "get real" over pay, CWU assistant secretary Andy Furey has warned.
serious industrial dispute" affecting essential supplies of equipment and cash to post offices right across the UK could be on the way unless management "get real" over pay, CWU assistant secretary Andy Furey has warned.
You have probably seen the film and now you can watch the musical, coming to a west end London theatre.
This year's Trade Union Congress (TUC) took place at the BT Convention Centre in Liverpool from Sunday 7th September - Wednesday 10th September 2014.
Delegates gathered yesterday (Wednesday) at the BT Convention Centre in Liverpool for the fourth and final day of the Trades Union Congress (TUC).
Signs pointing the wrong way and a bad case of stomach cramps were not enough to stop BT engineer Stewart Pickup complete the Ironman challenge in Shropshire this summer to raise funds for a CWU Humanitarian Aid-supported school in Tanzania.