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Unions have voted for industrial action at Royal Mail
Postal workers vote in favour of strikes

By staff Postal workers have voted in favour of widespread industrial action at Royal Mail. 120,000 postal workers were balloted by the Communication Workers Union (CWU). 80,000 members voted and 67 per cent of votes cast were in favour of the strike. CWU’s deputy general secretary Dave Ward said the decision to strike had… Read more »

British Airways is facing the possibility of strike action.
BA faces industrial action

By staff British Airways is facing the possibility of strike action after the company announced it would cut 1,700 jobs and freeze pay. The airline has warned that the cuts are essential to ensure its survival – the company expects to make a big loss for the second year running and has been badly… Read more »