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All CWU members in England, Scotland and Wales will receive a ballot paper this weekend asking them to decide if the union can keep its longstanding political fund.
BT announced 500 more full-time Openreach engineering jobs today, which brings the total since April this year to 2,400.
Post Office Ltd cancelled proposals today (Friday) to transfer Whitstable post office to Budgens and put an early end to the public consultation on the move.
"Next week, POL management will have a last chance to avoid a pre-Christmas strike and I strongly urge them to seize it," CWU national officer Andy Furey said this morning.
New laws to protect postal workers from dog attacks come into force this Monday.
Some 3,000 Crown Post Office counter staff will receive a welcome boost to their October pay packets, as the first instalment of a ?1,000 lump sum arising from the pay agreement that was won earlier this year.
CWU today (Wednesday) welcomed BT Consumer's announcement that it is to offer permanent BT contracts to over 270 agency staff who have worked for the company for over two years.
This summer people throughout the world were horrified to see large numbers of children killed during the war upon Gaza. One campaign that is taking up the plight of Gaza?s children is the Defence of Children International.
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
One year on from the privatisation of Royal Mail, the leader of the Communication Workers Union has today (Friday) called the sale a "national scandal".
A unprecedented CWU recruitment drive is in full swing at Openreach, with the union pulling out all the stops to ensure that the biggest single intake of new staff since BT's privatisation in 1984 results in a corresponding boost to the CWU's BT memb
"Women are stronger together" was the resounding message from yesterday's 'A woman's place is in the CWU' event organised by the London region and held in the Indian YMCA in central London.