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26 May 2021
This has been an extremely challenging time for all of us in the Communication Workers Union (CWU). We have come through this and are now electing the new national executive committee (NEC) which will
19 May 2021
The Communication Workers Union (CWU) announced on 12 May that the threatened industrial action ballot over compulsory redundancies, site closures and attacks on terms and conditions in BT, EE and Openreach will be put on hold until the beginning of June as the employers have invited the union into
28 April 2021
The judgment still leaves over 860 with false convictions.
21 April 2021
The Communication Workers Union (CWU) has announced the intention to hold a ballot for industrial action, the aim being to use a massive 'yes' vote as leverage to defend jobs and worksites across all BT Groups
17 March 2021
The Communication Workers' Union (CWU) announced during a Facebook Live event on 10 March, attended by over 7,000 members, that it will shortly hold an industrial action ballot.
13 January 2021
CWU to ballot on national agreement: The Communication Workers Union (CWU) postal executive has unanimously agreed to propose to the membership a national agreement that, if agreed, would end the two-year dispute between the CWU and Royal Mail
16 December 2020
Openreach and EE (now owned by BT) CWU members have retuned a massive 97.9% 'yes' vote on a 74% turnout in a consultative ballot on whether they wish to take industrial action against compulsory redundancies, site closures, reduction of terms and conditions, and a race to the bottom.
28 October 2020
The Communication Workers' Union (CWU) are in vital talks with senior Royal Mail management which could decide the future of the 500-year-old institution of Royal Mail and what type of company it will be post-Covid.
14 October 2020
As we are entering a second wave of Covid-19, senior Royal Mail managers have taken a reckless decision to reintroduce shared vans, on a so-called voluntary basis
30 September 2020
Workers who are employed by BT’s Technology division face 190 compulsory redundancies in the biggest programme of compulsory redundancies ever proposed.
30 September 2020
Postal workers in Peterborough have voted by 87.8% for strike action to win the reinstatement of a sacked colleague.
5 August 2020
The site closure programme currently being planned by British Telecom (BT) will have devastating effects on workers in those areas.
17 June 2020
The telecoms executive of the Communication Workers Union (CWU), is recommending a pay increase of 1.5% for 2020
20 May 2020
Postal workers are celebrating seeing the back of CEO Rico Back
20 May 2020
Royal Mail workers left work on the morning of 16 May after learning a line manager had tested positive for Covid-19
6 May 2020
CWU members forced Royal Mail to retreat over attempts to push through unilateral changes to the 'universal service obligation'
30 April 2020
Royal Mail and the CWU are heading towards a major national dispute. "The workplace is a tinderbox and it's being ignited by Royal Mail", Gary Clark, CWU branch secretary, spoke to Socialist Party Scotland
15 April 2020
Postal workers in Didcot walked out on 8 April after their depot was not cleaned when a member of staff contracted Covid-19
9 April 2020
Management is putting the interests of the shareholders and profit over the interests of the workforce
2 April 2020
The escalating virus crisis has brought CWU members in Royal Mail to the point of no return
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