Royal Mail bulletin for 20 October 2022
Management threats must be met with escalation
Rank and File update
It is clear that nothing less than the future of Royal Mail itself is at stake.
Let's bring the strike forward.
Industrial bulletin for 29 July 2022
Political bulletin for 27 July 2022
Postal workers and the public should reject Royal Mail blackmail.
By a CWU rep IT IS a sign of the times that workers across the three main sectors organised by the Communications Workers Union—Royal Mail, Post Office and British Telecom—could be striking together. This would be a first for the CWU. Post Office workers led the way earlier this summer, with 1,500 workers taking two […]
Demand 10% - or prepare to strike
The new CWU-Royal Mail deal sells our conditions too cheaply.
Smokescreen of financial difficulties.
Postal workers being lined up for a defeat
Royal Mail is in the red - our answer must be renationalisation
The answer to a Royal Mail in the red is renationalisation not cuts
Royal Mail's attempt to cut the postal service has been thwarted by the threat of walkouts.
As the coronavirus crisis rips through society, International Workers' Memorial Day on 28 April is more important than ever.
While the ballot is on hold, postal workers’ health concerns have come to the fore as offices in Bridgewater and Alloa walk out
To the surprise of many, when CWU leaders Dave Ward and Terry Pullinger announced the ballot result to members on Facebook, they said they would not set dates for a strike, explaining that “it’s not the right moment for us at this particular point to take industrial action”. Since then Terry has said “we’ve got no choice in the matter”, citing the “unprecedented circumstances” of the coronavirus crisis.
In the ballot result announcement on Tuesday, Dave Ward and Terry Pullinger reported on growing anger in the workforce against lack of management action to protect staff against coronavirus. Royal Mail have done little to provide gloves, hand sanitiser or sympathy despite the vulnerability of staff who work among the public every day.
What we do now will determine whether we have jobs and a postal service in the future – vote yes and prepare for the fight of our lives.