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The Communication Workers Union is today (Thursday) announcing its endorsement of Jeremy Corbyn MP to be the next leader of the UK Labour.
It was standing room only in central London last night as hundreds of trade unionists gathered to plan resistance to the Governmentâ€™s attack on our movement.
Responding to the Statement of Objections by Ofcom to Royal Mail, General Secretary of the CWU, Dave Ward, said: "It is depressing that Ofcom seems to have learnt very little from the demise of Whistl."
The Modern Slavery Act that was passed in March 2015 and is starting to be implemented by the government and adhered to by many businesses and organisations.
Post Office bosses have told CWU negotiators yesterday that the Crown network remains on course to break even by the end of September, which will mean that the provisionally agreed wage increase of 1.9 per cent will be paid in October.
If you pay the political levy you are entitled to vote in the Labour Party leadership election, Scottish leadership election and London's Labour Mayoral candidate election - but you need to register in order to do so. You can do this by filling in th
â€œBiggest turnout for 15 years,â€ enthused CWU South West Region secretary Kevin Beazer, after this yearâ€™s Tolpuddle Martyrs' commemoration festival.
Terry Pullinger has been elected deputy general secretary (postal) of the Communication Workers Union in the results of elections on the postal side of the union announced today, which also included the election of four members to the CWU postal exec
Responding to the publication today (Wednesday) of the Trade Union Bill, the general secretary of the CWU, Dave Ward, said:
Pay increases up until 2017, substantiation for fixed-term workers, guarantees on job security and a halt to outsourcing are the key features of a new national agreement that has ended a three-month industrial dispute in Germany's postal sector
The CWU welcomes the announcement by the Prime Minister David Cameron's that he is finally planning to use legislation he has had at his disposal since 2010 to force large firms to disclose data on the gender pay gap
The 131st Durham Miners' Gala took place on Saturday (11th July), as over 150,000 people lined the streets of Durham as dozens of brass bands carrying banners from former collieries paraded through the city centre ahead of a mass rally at the Racecou