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The union has welcomed moves by the Scottish and Welsh governments to oppose the Trade Union Bill.
General Secretary Dave Ward outlined how the cuts to education in the UK were impacting on skills and inequality in society at the CWU Union Learning networking event in Nottingham.
Around 3,500 members working for BT Consumer are being asked to vote in favour of an extensive agreement covering both job security and attendance patterns in a consultative ballot which opens today (Tuesday).
General Secretary Dave Ward warned that with another set of austerity cuts on the horizon, there are likely to be further efforts made to demonise those on disability benefits.
Reps at Bridgwater, Somerset secured an assurance from local Royal Mail management that serious negotiations will be held over the return to work of fellow postal member Andrew Mootoo
Deputy General Secretary (Postal) Terry Pullinger gave credit to CWU members in the face of major change and increased competition when he commented on Royal Mailâ€™s latest financial results.
General secretary Dave Ward described the delivery of equality and the role of women as major challenges facing the union.
The need to defend postal services from commercial vested interests and the regulator has been highlighted by the Labour candidate in the first Westminster electoral showdown since the election of Jeremy Corbyn as party leader.
Refugees arriving in Turkey and Hungary are making use of basic essentials, such as sleeping bags, warm clothes and milk for babies, all coordinated and delivered by volunteers from the Communication Workers Union Humanitarian Aid charity (CWUHA).
Two books of remembrance listing all 12,830 postal workers killed in the two world wars have been donated The British Postal Museum & Archive (BPMA) for inclusion in its permanent Museum Collection.
The union's 'Bite-Bite' campaign is behind the convictions of the owners of dangerous dogs in the first two private prosecutions brought by Royal Mail following attacks on postmen.
Communication Workers Union general secretary says it's time for unions to name the day for action.