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Are you one of over nine million women who didnâ€™t go to the ballot box at the last General Election? Low electoral turnouts are becoming the norm in the UK and women are failing to vote in higher numbers than men.
The CWU is extremely concerned over the findings of forensic accountants Second Sight's finalised report into the Horizon computer system and the way in which the Post Office has dismissed its findings in a 92 page rebuttal document
Dave Ward has been elected General Secretary of the Communication Workers Union in results of today's national CWU elections, which also include the union's NEC and industrial executives.
After lengthy negotiations, CWU has succeeded in guaranteeing job security for members at BT Managed Service Ltd
Members in BT will receive a 2.5% pay rise, backdated to 1 April 2015, which should be paid in this month's salaries.
Heightened recruitment activity has been underway at a number of contact centres across the country in response to the unionâ€™s national appeal to activists to re-focus attention on boosting membership in the sector.
The CWU is joining forces with Royal Mail in encouraging families to put their best foot forward next month by taking part in the companyâ€™s new 5km or 10km fun runs.
Members at Airwave have voted by more than nine to one in favour of an across-the-board and fully consolidated 2% pay offer.
Thousands of members have exercised their new right to choose whether or not any of their political fund contributions are paid to the Labour Party.
Following hot on the heels of their former colleagues who now work for outsourcer Capita, workers at Telefonica O2 have overwhelmingly voted for a 2.3 per cent pay increase.
Members in Capita working on the outsourced O2 contract have overwhelmingly endorsed a fully consolidated 2 per cent pay increase that flows through to all supplements on pay and pensions.
Lincolnshire and South Yorks branch stalwarts Tracey Fussey and Jonathan Bellshaw pleasantly surprised not more than just themselves last Sunday - completing a 10 kilometre sponsored charity fun run.