Workplace & Trade Unions

Workers In Action — July-August 2023

Industrial disputes round-up

Workers Power  ·  06 July 2023

Postal workers: Vote no and defend our terms and conditions

Rotten agreement will not provide job security and will weaken union.

A CWU Rep  ·  25 June 2023

CWU ballot: Security and stability or a race to the bottom?

By a CWU Rep The CWU leadership argues that if we had continued to strike Royal Mail would have gone bankrupt. The Tories would have taken it over, handed the parcel operation to the company’s international holding company IDS (until last year Royal Mail Group) and slashed the USO, losing tens of thousands of jobs. […]

A CWU Rep  ·  25 June 2023

St Mungo’s Unite extends strike to all-out

800 striking workers at St Mungo’s homelessness charity have escalated to indefinite action, Jeremy Dewar reports.

Jeremy Dewar  ·  20 June 2023

Local government: vote yes and organise to strike!

Over half a million council and school employees are currently balloting for strike action to win a real pay rise. If successful, this would be the biggest strike yet in the wave of action over the cost of living crisis. But the task is huge.

Workers Power  ·  04 June 2023

For a rank and file movement in the CWU

The CWU leadership are running scared of their own members. Workers Power argues for a rank and file movement

Workers Power  ·  04 June 2023

Bureaucrats behaving badly

The TUC has fined the NEU £153,000, bang in the middle of their strike campaign.

Workers Power  ·  04 June 2023

With dodgy deals looming, the rank and file must organise to seize control of the unions

Editorial June 2023, No. 404

Workers Power  ·  03 June 2023

CWU opposition forces u-turn on ballot

No more delay, restore the strikes.

A CWU Rep  ·  31 May 2023

Royal Mail: Build the No Vote campaign

Rank and file workers should use the campaign to get organised.

A CWU Rep  ·  13 May 2023

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