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Royal Mail workers in Scotland stage unofficial walkouts over coronavirus safety

Royal Mail workers in Scotland stage unofficial walkouts over coronavirus safety Workers in at least two Royal Mail offices in Scotland have struck unofficially over coronavirus safety fears.

Thousands across the country clap to show solidarity with the NHS

Thousands across the country clap to show solidarity with the NHS The #ClapForOurCarers this week was a huge, grassroots event that reflected a desire by ordinary people to show solidarity, pull together and help one another in difficult times.

No hand sanitiser, no social distancing, no protection – workers speak out

No hand sanitiser, no social distancing, no protection – workers speak out Tube workers in London are furious at being asked to risk their health by working in unsafe conditions as the coronavirus crisis grows.

It is no time for a truce with bullying post bosses

It is no time for a truce with bullying post bosses Walkouts by postal workers on Monday in Bridgwater in Somerset and Southwark in south London underlined the angry mood among post workers.

Reports round up: Deal agreed at Harrods

Reports round up: Deal agreed at Harrods Security guards and CCTV operators at Harrods department store in west London have accepted a deal over pay and working conditions.

Final week to win massive strike vote in Royal Mail

Final week to win massive strike vote in Royal Mail Royal Mail workers are campaigning hard to win a national strike ballot by the biggest majority possible.

Post workers begin ballot in vital battle

03 March 2020
Royal Mail postal workers began their second national strike ballot in recent months on Tuesday in a momentous battle over jobs, conditions—and the future of the industry.

Workers get vote out for Royal Mail battle

25 February 2020
Postal workers across Britain staged a fresh show of strength on Tuesday as they gear up to vote in a new national strike ballot.

Post workers ready to deliver strike vote

11 February 2020
Royal Mail workers are gearing up for a second national strike ballot, as bosses promise to steamroll ahead with attacks on jobs, pay and conditions.

Attacks at Royal Mail spark local strike votes

04 February 2020
Postal workers at Royal Mail workplaces across Britain are gearing up for local strikes after bosses pushed ahead with attacks on jobs and conditions.

Don’t let the bosses stop postal workers’ walkouts

28 January 2020
Workers at several Royal Mail workplaces are set to start ballots for local strikes after bosses pushed ahead with major attacks on jobs and working conditions.

Planned post walkout called off, but battle over bullying isn’t over in Bootle

21 January 2020
Postal workers in Merseyside have called off a planned strike after bosses backed down in a dispute over victimisations.

Royal Mail strikes could be in pipeline after union leader calls for fresh ballot

17 January 2020
The fight for the future of Royal Mail is heating up again after a union leader announced plans for another national strike ballot.

Deliver solidarity to Bootle post workers’ strikes

14 January 2020
Royal Mail workers in Merseyside were set to strike for two days from Saturday of this week against a major attack on their CWU union.

Royal Mail workers to strike to defend union rep in Bootle

07 January 2020
Postal Workers at the Bootle Delivery Office, Merseyside, are set to strike

Reports round up: Test for bosses from Large Goods Vehicle examiners

17 December 2019
Test for bosses from Large Goods Vehicle examiners

After CWU loses court appeal over Royal Mail strikes - now start the reballot

03 December 2019
Postal workers were waiting to find out the next steps in the battle to defend their jobs and working conditions, as Socialist Worker went to press on Tuesday.

Postal workers tell bosses ‘we will not be moved’

22 November 2019
Thousands of postal workers gathered outside their workplaces on Friday to tell Royal Mail bosses they won’t back down.

Letters—Labour Party’s retreat over Kashmir is a worrying sign

18 November 2019
I was enraged to hear that the Labour Party had declared the question of Kashmir to be a “bilateral issue” between India and Pakistan in which Labour will not interfere.

Outrage after court rules against strike in Royal Mail

13 November 2019
A 97 percent Yes vote on a 76 percent turnout has been pushed aside. The best response would be to walk out anyway.

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