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17 May 2007

Postal workers: Vote 'yes' for strike action

POSTAL WORKERS are being balloted for industrial action for the first time since a ballot defeat 312 years ago....

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4 April 2007

Burslem postal workers strike again

DURING THE latest three days of strike action on 30, 31 March and 2 April, by postal workers at Burslem in Stoke-on-Trent, numbers on the picket line have grown and the mood is even more determined...

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29 March 2007

Hands off our postal service!

TUC rally in Westminster against cuts in public spending, photo Paul Mattsson

TUC rally in Westminster against cuts in public spending, photo Paul Mattsson

Closures, cutbacks, privatisation...: Faced with massive opposition to post office privatisation from the general public and from postal workers, as with education and the NHS, the government has been pursuing a backdoor route to privatisation...

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29 March 2007

Edinburgh postal workers fight back

SCOTLAND NO 2 CWU branch officials have just negotiated a return to work of over 1,000 postal workers in the Edinburgh Mail centre, after a management climb-down....

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22 March 2007

Burslem postal workers continue the fight

Reinstate Dave Condliffe: POSTAL WORKERS in Burslem continue the fight to get Dave Condliffe reinstated...

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15 March 2007

Reinstate Dave Condliffe now

staffs postal workers say: Postal workers at the Burslem depot in Stoke have taken one week's strike action to call for the reinstatement of sacked postal worker Dave Condliffe...

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8 March 2007

A crucial time for Royal Mail pensions

ROYAL MAIL'S "Financial Re-organisation and Investment Plan" is the biggest threat so far to postal workers' pensions. ...

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1 March 2007

Burslem posties stand firm

SINCE BEFORE Christmas, postal bosses in North and Mid Staffordshire have attempted to replace full-time jobs with part-time ones...

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22 February 2007

Israeli postal workers storm trade union HQ

UP TO one hundred contract typists for the privatised Israeli mail service 'Do`ar Israel', held a protest at the headquarters of the Histadruth trade union federation in Tel Aviv on 19 February...

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6 July 2006

Royal Mail - turn anger into action

AT THE recent Communication Workers' Union (CWU) conference an emergency motion was unanimously agreed that the union should take Royal Mail on over a number of issues, around the future of our industry, writes Gary Clark, CWU Scotland No 2 branch, vice-chair.

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25 May 2006

Postal workers call for action

POSTAL WORKERS have delivered a thumping rejection to Royal Mail's plans to impose a 2.9% pay offer and to implement backdoor privatisation of the Post Office...

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18 May 2006

Postal workers prepare for action

AS THE CWU national conference begins, the Communication Workers' Union (CWU) national executive committee has called an industrial action ballot of its postal members against the 2.9% pay rise imposed by Royal Mail, writes Gary Clark, vice-chair, CWU Scotland No 2 Branch.

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11 May 2006

Postal union rejects pay offer

THE COMMUNICATION Workers' Union (CWU) Postal national executive committee has just overwhelmingly rejected what was termed as Royal Mail's full and final offer and which Royal Mail called "excellent" and "inflation-busting", writes Gary Clark, vice-chair, CWU Scotland No 2 branch.

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16 February 2006

Striking postal workers build support

HUNDREDS OF striking Belfast postal workers attended a city centre rally on 14 February, organised by Belfast trades council. Royal Mail has been paralysed by a magnificent show of solidarity by postal workers across Belfast, fighting...

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2 June 2005

It is privatisation and it is as we know it

THE GOVERNMENT appears to be supporting plans by Royal Mail to give 51% shares to the workforce, described by some as a John Lewis-style partial privatisation...

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2 April 2005

Pensions: postal workers must show solidarity

MANY ROYAL Mail employees have a final salary pension scheme, the Royal Mail Pension Plan, similar to that of civil service...

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15 November 2003

Lessons of the postal strike: The Bosses Can Be Beaten

THE POSTAL workers' decisive defensive victory against management intimidation will give confidence to all workers involved in struggle against the bosses...

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8 November 2003

Firefighters Take Action

FIREFIGHTERS AT stations in Yorkshire, the Midlands, Wiltshire, East Anglia and Scotland are taking unofficial industrial action...

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8 November 2003

Postal Workers Win Important Victory

THE COURAGEOUS unofficial action by tens of thousands of postal workers in the last two weeks has shown that bullying bosses can be stood up to and forced to retreat...

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