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Workplace and TU campaigns / BT


6 September 2017

Bosses' pensions robbery

Pensions are back in the headlines with the news that FTSE 350 companies' pension deficits are equivalent to 70% of their annual profits

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30 August 2017

BT attack on pension benefits

For the second time in nine years BT is seeking to attack the pension benefits of its workers

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26 April 2017

Workplace news in brief

Short reports on some of the latest trade union struggles including the CWU conference latest and a London security strike.

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5 April 2017

NHS SOS round-up

Short reports on some of the attacks on the NHS.

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22 March 2017

The Socialist inbox

Letters to the Socialist's editors. Health cuts kill; 'Jam' man - white van man; getting rid of 'green crap'; fighting cuts is no 'failure'; feminist film, BT scandal, bosses' Brexit?

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8 February 2017

The Socialist Inbox

Letters to the Socialist's editors including Roger Bannister's retirement, Sri Lankan strikes and ambulance staff shortages.

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3 August 2016

Communication Workers Union backs Jeremy Corbyn

A special press conference organised by the Communication Workers Union (CWU) alongside Jeremy Corbyn himself, saw the union announce its official support for Corbyn in the Labour leadership election.

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15 June 2016

BT Brexit baloney

Unions have joined forces with bosses at telecom firm BT to influence workers to vote Remain. Unions lining up with the very people they exist to combat only weakens them, whatever their position on the EU.

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20 April 2016

Huge profits for BT and Royal Mail, cuts and attacks for workers

CWU conference: As the 2016 Communication Workers Union conference takes place, British Telecom continues its obsession with cost cutting, despite a 14% increase in profits to 2.6 billion last year.

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2 March 2016

Credit calls

Phone lines for the Tories' new 'Universal Credit' reduced welfare system are not even free. Empty-handed benefit claimants must fork out between 12p and 45p every minute to discuss their cases.

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17 February 2016

Workplace news in brief

Short reports on some of the latest trade union struggles.

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25 November 2015

Solidarity with sacked BT worker

Clive Walder, a longstanding Socialist Party member in the Communication Workers' Union, has had an appeal against unfair dismissal rejected. This is a message of solidarity to Clive from William.

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18 November 2015

Reinstate sacked CWU reps

As reported in the Socialist last week, Clive Walder, a longstanding Socialist Party member in the Communication Workers' Union (CWU) has had an appeal against unfair dismissal rejected. Also John Vasey, a CWU postal rep, has been sacked on what his work colleagues recognise as stitched up charges.

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11 November 2015

CWU rep sacked

Clive Walder, a long-standing Socialist Party member in the CWU had an appeal against unfair dismissal rejected by British Telecom on 9 November, confirming his sacking after 38 years of service.

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13 May 2015

CWU telecoms oppose Openreach changes

The recent CWU telecoms conference voted to vigorously oppose, with industrial action if necessary, BT Openreach's plans to concentrate all office-based jobs into just 23 'centres of excellence', writes Clive Walder.

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25 February 2015

TV football deal: Reclaim the game for the fans

The football Premier League's new TV deal with Sky and BT broadcasters offers mega-riches to the 20 Premier League teams, but little reward to the lower leagues

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10 December 2014

Broadband giants' expensive battle

Paul Callanan's article on football financing (issue 834) was illuminating. The almost complete dominance of big business (often from very shady business people) is only part of the problem

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3 September 2014

CWU Telecoms leaders get consent for BT pay cuts

A special CWU conference on 21-22 August agreed BT proposals for reduced pay and conditions for new staff by a three to one majority

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20 August 2014

BT pay cuts: we need less surveys, more action!

The Communication Workers Union (CWU) telecoms section is once again shying away from a fight with BT and recommending cuts in pay and conditions for new staff

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19 August 2014

BT CWU members vote for strike action in latest consultation

In a consultation ballot, 57% voted for a ballot for industrial action now.

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