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Some 2,000 Post Office workers will be receiving their strike ballot papers next Saturday (8th November) following the breakdown of last-ditch pay talks between the CWU and company chiefs.
The Communication Workers Union (CWU) has today announced that CWU members have overwhelmingly endorsed the continuation of its Political Fund ballot result, which saw an overwhelming Yes vote of nearly 87 per cent.
Members at BT Managed Service Ltd (BTMSL) have voted to accept an improved pay deal by a majority of 90 per cent.
Regulator Ofcom should introduce an immediate cap on competition to Royal Mail said the Communication Workers Union (CWU) today (Friday).
Today is World Stroke Day and to mark the event, Royal Mail workers are taking part in various activities aimed at raising awareness of this condition and of course raising much-needed funds for the charity
An estimated 200 postal workers have now completed education and training courses at Bristol Mail Centre, thanks to the joint efforts of the CWU, the TUC Unionlearn project, Royal Mail and City of Bristol College.
Around 20,000 young postal and telecoms workers are set to take part in the TUC Young Workers Month in November, supported by the Communication Workers Union.
CWU general secretary Billy Hayes has called for UKIP to be named as a racist party.
This year's Christmas and New Year arrangements for Royal Mail Group workers were aimed at maximising opportunities for members to enjoy a four-day break, while also giving members more voluntary overtime options.
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.
CWU is recommending that members at BT Managed Service Ltd (BTMSL) vote to accept an improved pay deal in a ballot that is currently underway.
Some 600 Capita TVL staff will begin voting next week on whether to accept a two-year pay deal, which would raise wages by around 5 per cent by the New Year.