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Royal Mail’s fake crisis removed

Two decades of government policy made Royal Mail fail  The Tories aim to succeed in privatising Royal Mail where Labour failed.  To do that they have had to reverse New…

CWU Bulletin: we need to strike to defeat privatisation

Our leaflet in response to the Coalition’s plans for a firesale of Royal Mail. CWU leaders must ballot members and show they are serious about defending our jobs and public…

CWU Strike Bulletin 15 July 2013

Royal Mail: 90+ per cent for action – but officials mess up boycott

The lessons for our national strike: rank and file initiative and control…

Postal workers plan boycott of privatised mail

2013 may not be the year the world ends but it certainly could prove a bad one for anyone who relies on Royal Mail, once again threatened with privatisation. Now…

Post Office workers fight Coalition “transformation”

Post Office workers fight Coalition “transformation”

Post Office workers have taken strike action twice, on Easter Saturday and again on 19 April.  They’re angry at plans to close or franchise 76 big high street or “crown”…

Say YES to a General Strike!

 After TUC motion agrees to ‘consider’ general strike, step up the pressure for real action   By a sizeable majority, TUC delegates have voted for a motion moved by the…

Countdown to Royal Mail privatisation begins

                      On 21 March the European Commission, in charge of regulating competition, approved the Coalition government’s plan to take on…

Posties fight job losses

A CWU postal rep reports on the decision to back London posties striking over jobs and backed calls for a general strike in the public sector…

CWU conference calls for 24 hour general strike ‘before its too late’

The TUC came under pressure today to call a 24-hour general strike against the coalition government’s all-out assault on workers and future generations “before it’s too late”, writes Louise Nousratpour…

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