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CWU general secretary Billy Hayes and deputy general secretary Dave Ward will tomorrow (Wednesday) give evidence to Members of Parliament about the impact of unfair competition on Royal Mail's ability to deliver the universal service obligation.
CWU members working for Royal Mail catering providers Quadrant will begin voting soon on a 2.3 per cent pay increase, which has been achieved following negotiations between the union and the company.
The union's Postal Executive met with the postal members of the equalities advisory committees last week to hear the issues female, BAME, LGBT, disabled and young members are facing.
Against the backdrop of Belfast and Europe's most bombed hotel, The Europa, Union Learning Reps (ULRs) from all over the country set about reclaiming education for the many and not for the few at the 11th annual ULR networking event.
Commenting on today's (Wednesday's) Royal Mail half year results -
The CWU yesterday (Friday) announced its opposition to the closure by IOM Post Office of Douglas and Ramsey crown post offices and called for a public consultation on the decision.
You have probably seen the film and now you can watch the musical, coming to a west end London theatre.
A pre-Christmas strike by Post Office Admin and Supply Chain workers "is looking inevitable" after they returned a resounding 76 per cent majority for action today (Tuesday).
Post Office Ltd's plans to franchise a further 17 crown post offices shows "poor judgement" and should be immediately abandoned said the CWU today (Friday).
Postal digital assistant (PDA) devices could soon be used to assist police and emergency services in the search for missing persons thanks to an idea from east London postman Vince Micallef.
The Communication Workers Union (CWU) today (Tuesday) announced its support for Neil Findlay MSP to become the next leader of the Scottish Labour Party, and for MP Katy Clark as deputy leader.
Delegates attending the CWU Disability Conference in Leeds last Saturday called for the resignation of Lord Freud following his comments that some disabled people were "not worth" paying the minimum wage, made last month.