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Daily Mirror associate editor Kevin Maguire, author and activist Owen Jones, and London Mayoral hopeful Sadiq Khan will be among a high-profile line-up of speakers addressing next week's rally in central London on the future of the postal industry.
CWU negotiators have sent their strongest warning yet to BT Openreach management that they must fully adhere to agreed principles for change "in practice and on the ground" if a large-scale national industrial dispute is to be avoided.
CWU member and outgoing UNI World and Europa youth president, Lee Fishwick, believes international action is crucial for the future of working people across the globe.
CWU national health and safety officer, Dave Joyce, joined Royal Mail officials this morning (Thursday) for the launch of the 'No Time to Lose' campaign at Royal Mail headquarters in London.
The CWU believes that the level of dog attacks on postal workers are still too high, despite a more pro-active approach being taken by the authorities after a change in the law.
Capita have informed the CWU that it is their intention to open up a Discretionary Voluntary Redundancy (DVR) exercise as part of their Transformation Programme
Some 86% of members in BT Facilities Services (BTFS) have voted in favour of accepting a pay deal that will see a 2% rise underpinned by the national living wage.
The CWU is backing a Private Members Bill being launched by Labour MP Karen Buck that seeks to ensure the provision of habitable homes.
CWU has expressed solidarity with 430 staff of an iconic department store in Dublin. Employees at Clery's store in the city centre were told that new owners had decided to close the store and sack the staff with 30 minutes notice.
"This is the start of a movement of people - let's grow this movement", was Dave Ward's rousing call in his first public speech as CWU general secretary
Royal Mail has written to staff with details of a new way of making pension contributions. The CWU believe that the introduction of PSE makes sense for members. Here Ray Ellis provides answers to some of the major questions surrounding Royal Mails PS
In what is a massive step forward for the CWU in its relations with mobile company EE, CWU activists yesterday visited EE's sites in Plymouth and Darlongtonto hand out CWU recruitment literature and goods.