RM/CWU Joint Statement – Covid-19 Bespoke Weekend Priority Postbox Collection

RM/CWU Joint Statement – Covid-19 Bespoke Weekend Priority Postbox Collection

Dear Colleagues,

Branches will be aware through previous LTB’s and communications, of the above service and that Royal Mail was chosen for its unparalleled nationwide network to lead as the Prime Supplier on a number of products.

To date Royal Mail and the CWU have worked together to adapt to the changing demands from Government as the pandemic unfolds. In a very short period Royal Mail Group and the CWU have established a network comprised of:

• Regional/Local Test Centres: Royal Mail Relay are collecting test kits from c.200 test sites up to 4 times daily.
• Home Collection Service: The Royal Mail Core Network has 394 Delivery Offices undertaking doorstep collections seven days a week.
• c.30,000 Priority Postboxes: Have been labelled with collection time after 4pm.
• Nursing/Care Homes/Schools/GP Surgeries: Royal Mail are delivering c2,700 boxes of test kits to important parts of our communities.

Thus far, a huge amount of work has been undertaken by the departments to ensure that all of the safety protections have been in place to protect our members providing these collections, which across all of the relevant pilots and phases has proven successful.

However, as a result of ongoing discussions between Royal Mail and the Government to meet the demand for testing into the Autumn and Winter, the Government have asked Royal Mail Group to put in place a further operation for a later collection from a subset of the current Priority Postboxes on a Saturday and to introduce a new collection service on a Sunday.

The attached Joint Statement, agreed by the Postal Executive, mirrors previous versions of activity that has taken place and refers to the ongoing operational processes, location of the collections and resourcing options being dealt with through the Local JWG structures that have been put in place. This has placed our representatives in a strong position to be able to ensure that our members are safe and have the correct PPE to complete the collections, which will be kept under constant review.

The added complication is a further contract that Royal Mail is currently tendering for, which would be to support the effort by also delivering test kits using the Tracked 24 product seven days a week. Royal Mail has submitted a bid in response to this tender.

Confirmation of an award is expected on the 9th November 2020 with a requirement to be operational by the 17th November 2020.

Given the very tight timescale between the contract award and ‘go live’, Royal Mail are seeking to commence planning and scoping work to establish a Sunday delivery operation, based on the LAT model and to test the appetite from Royal Mail employees to resource the Sunday.

As such we have agreed a further Joint Communication which is also attached to explain the difference and the crossover and confirm that this aspect is subject to further National talks and an agreed Joint Statement being concluded, if the contract is won.

Any queries to the content of the above please contact the Outdoor Department reference 600, email address: outdoorsecretary@cwu.org or please contact the Parcels, Network, International and Quadrant Department reference 014.14 email address shayman@cwu.org

Yours sincerely,

Mark Baulch                                   Davie Robertson
CWU Assistant Secretary             CWU Assistant Secretary

LTB 512-20 Joint Statement – Covid-19 Bespoke Weekend Priority Postbox Collection

Covid-19 Tender Proposal To Deliver T24 Test Kits

JS – COVID Bespoke Weekend Postbox Collections Joint Statement

Virtual Classroom Courses – Interim Training Programme

Virtual Classroom Courses – Interim Training Programme

Introduction

As restrictions due to Covid-19 continue, we are aware of a growing need for education and training to be delivered.

To this end we have arranged for a number of online (virtual classroom) courses to be delivered regionally by our Further Education Partners in the devolved nations.

We will be reviewing this programme whilst it is being delivered to consider further provision in this way during the period of the pandemic.

Courses in Wales and EnglandDate CourseCut-off dateJanuary

11 – 15Introduction to H&S Part 1

5 Days duration (Mon – Fri) Timings to be set by the tutor to include setting of self-directed study and time away from screen*

20 Nov 20

Wed 13thMandatory Fair & Equal (1 Day)

Single Day duration (Wednesday) Timings to be set by the tutor to include setting of self-directed study and time away from screen**

20 Nov 2018 – 22Postal Agreements & Procedures*27 Nov 20Wed 20thMandatory Fair & Equal**27 Nov 2025 – 29Essential Skills Part 1* 4 Dec 20February2 – 4Mental Health Awareness (3 Days Tuesday ,Wednesday, Thursday)11 Dec 20Wed 10thMandatory Fair & Equal**11 Dec 2015 – 19Equal Rights Part 1* (all strands)11 Dec 20Wed 17thMandatory Fair & Equal **11 Dec 20March1 – 5Union Learning Reps Part 1*8  Jan 218 – 12Introduction to H&S Part 2*15 Jan 21Wed 10thMandatory Fair & Equal** 15 Jan 2116 – 18BAME Leadership Part 1 (3 Days Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday)22 Jan 21Wed 17thMandatory Fair & Equal** 22 Jan 2122 – 26Essential Skills Part 2*29 Jan 2129 – 31Women’s Leadership (3 Days Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday)5 Feb 21

Courses in Scotland / Northern IrelandDate 2021CourseCut-off dateJanuary

11 – 15Introduction to H&S Part 1*

 5 Days duration (Mon – Fri) Timings to be set by the tutor to include setting of self-directed   study and time away from screen*

20 Nov 20Wed 20th Mandatory Fair & Equal (1 Day, 2 day NI)

Single Day (2 in NI) Day duration (Wednesday) Timings to be set by the tutor to include setting of self-directed study and time away from screen**

27 Nov 2025 – 29  Postal Agreements & Procedures*4 Dec 20FebruaryWed 3rdMandatory Fair & Equal**11 Dec 208 – 12Essential Skills Part 1*11 Dec 2016 – 18Mental Health Awareness (3 Days Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday)11 Dec 20Wed 24thMandatory Fair & Equal**11 Dec 20March1 -5Equal Rights Part 1* (all strands)8 Jan 2110Mandatory Fair & Equal**15 Jan 2115 – 19Union Learning Reps Part 1*22 Jan 2122 -26Introduction to H&S Part 2*29 Jan 2131stMandatory Fair & Equal**5 Feb 21April5 – 16No course20 – 22BAME Leadership Part 1 (3 Days Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday)26 Feb 2123rdMandatory Fair & Equal**26 Feb 2126 – 30Essential Skills Part 25 Mar 21May4 – 6Women’s Leadership (3 Days Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday)12 Mar 21

Application Process

Authorised applications must be received by the cut-off dates.  Branches must send an email to courseadmin@cwu.org via the Branch Secretary only with the following information:

  • Title and date of course
  • Name of applicant
  • Branch
  • Membership number of applicant
  • Contact email address for the applicant
  • Contact mobile number
  • Any adjustments that require consideration

When applications have been received applicants MUST be registered as CWU Reps/Officers on the OLS system for applications to be processed. 

Attached is a guide on how to add Reps/Officers to the OLS for new Branch Secretaries.

The above is an interim online application procedure whilst a new process is in development.

IT, Infrastructure and learning differences

Having tested online delivery of samples of both accredited and unaccredited courses, it is crucial that the student is set up appropriately and in good time before the training commences.

The learner must preferably have access to a good PC / laptop.  Tablets can be used but have some limitation in our experience.  Attending training courses using a mobile phone will not be allowed.

There must be a stable internet connection from the learning is taking place.

Colleges will also be in contact before the course to advise of any additional requirements.

We would appreciate Branches assistance in ensuring any applicants are prepared in line with the above points.  If any reps encounter difficulties getting set up with IT equipment in preparation for course attendance, please advise their Branch Secretary, Union Learning Rep or the Equality, Education & Development as soon as possible.

Additionally, upon application; please ensure that we are aware in good time of any adjustments that may need to be arranged such as issues relating to dyslexia or sight / hearing differences.

Release & Notice

Paid release should normally apply where the union is recognised and / or in line with any existing agreements.

Please forward any enquiries relating to this LTB to learn@cwu.org in the first instance.

Finally, we are sure that Branches appreciate that this is a particularly challenging time for all concerned, including our partner providers and therefore we acknowledge and thank you in advance for your patience with this approach.

Yours sincerely,

Kate Hudson
Head of Equality, Training & Development

20LTB 511 – Virtual Classroom Courses – Interim Training Programme

OLS Advice

COMMEMORTATING THE 1971 POSTAL STRIKE

COMMEMORTATING THE 1971 POSTAL STRIKE

The purpose of this LTB is to advise Branches that next year is the 50th Anniversary of the 1971 Postal Strike, which ran for almost 7 weeks from the 20thJanuary 1971 to 8th March 1971.

Given the significance of this strike, not just to the CWU but also to the wider trade union movement and our social history, it is important that we commemorate what remains as the longest national strike that has ever taken place within the union (the then UPW).  Therefore, in conjunction with the Communications team, we are planning a special event for January 2021, in recognition of the sacrifices made by our members in supporting their union and we welcome any ideas from Branches on the best way to commemorate this.

As part of the planning we are compiling a list of members from 1971 who still remain members of the union today, albeit mostly retired.

Given that the dispute took place when postal and telecommunications were part of the old GPO, it’s also likely that some T&FS Branches may have members who took part in the strike, particularly in engineering and the old telephone operator grades.

To help us compile the list we are also asking Branches to put forward any individual members who you are aware would like to take part in the event.  This may involve those members talking about their recollections of the strike on video etc. and collecting relevant photos and memorabilia.

We will also be contacting retired members directly in due course and Norman Candy (former NEC member) will be placing information on the retired members’ website as we plan the event.

In the meantime, please send your ideas and any members you wish to nominate to participate in the event to Janina Dunn at jdunn@cwu.org.

Please also ensure that the content of this LTB is raised directly with the retired members secretary and section of your Branch.

Any queries on the contents of this LTB should be addressed to jdunn@cwu.org

Yours sincerely

Dave Ward                                        Tony Kearns

General Secretary                        Senior Deputy General Secretary

20LTB510 COMMEMORTATING THE 1971 POSTAL STRIKE

CWU Condemns Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s Tory Party Speech Throw Away Joke Comment on Dog Bites Through The Letterbox – (Bite-Back Campaign and Low Level Letter Box Campaign – Joint CWU/RM Letters To Boris Johnson Prime Minister and to Christopher Pincher MP, Minister for Housing, and Lord Greenhalgh, Minister for Building Safety and Communities)

CWU Condemns Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s Tory Party Speech Throw Away Joke Comment on Dog Bites Through The Letterbox – (Bite-Back Campaign and Low Level Letter Box Campaign – Joint CWU/RM Letters To Boris Johnson Prime Minister and to Christopher Pincher MP, Minister for Housing, and Lord Greenhalgh, Minister for Building Safety and Communities)

The CWU Health, Safety & Environment Department has criticised Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s irresponsible ‘joke’ comments, opening his speech to the Tory Party Conference this month.

PM Boris Johnson thanked Conservative Party activists for “prodding leaflets through the letterbox and into the jaws of dogs”.

The prime minister may have decided to add the usual joviality to his speech but in reality this is not funny and no laughing matter. The prime minister’s throw away comment right at the beginning of his speech is infuriating and will not have been welcomed by CWU Royal Mail delivery members across the country, who have worked through the Coronavirus pandemic as government designated ‘essential workers’, currently supporting and delivering the government’s Covid-19 Test Kit programme nationwide.

There have been 2,500 recorded dog attacks on postmen and women across the UK in the last year and since 2013, over 650 postal workers have been attacked and bitten by dogs while posting mail through the letterbox, causing injuries – some cases have resulted in the loss of fingertips, dangerous infections and even amputations.

On top of that we have to wrestle with the justice system to get irresponsible dog owners held to account in some cases when the Police, CPS or courts let our members down. A case recently had to be taken to the High Court of Appeal to win the right for the dog owner to be prosecuted after a member had a finger bitten off through a letter box.

We are also waiting for government to deliver on their promise to regulate and ban ‘Low-level letterboxes’ which pose a daily risk to the health and safety of Royal Mail’s 90,000 postmen and women CWU members. Bending or stooping to deliver mail to low letterboxes is a big issue for members, especially with hundreds of thousands of new houses being built annually. The Union has been campaigning for years for enforcement of European Standard EN 13724 which sets a minimum and maximum height of 700mm (2ft 3in) and 1700mm (5ft 6in) from floor height respectively.

Following a Low-Level Letterboxes Ten Minute Rule Bill in early 2019, the government announced that low-level letterboxes would be considered as part of the Building Regulation Advisory Committee’s review of building regulations in support of our campaign and the minister reaffirmed the government’s commitment to prohibiting low level letterboxes in September 2019.  However, a year later we are still waiting and we, the CWU, have to challenge builders all over the country in the absence of a new law which we were promised.

Low level letter boxes are a combined safety risk for back and limb strains plus dog bites.

The CWU are once again calling for:

  • A review of parts of the Dangerous Dogs Act and its enforcement.
  • For the government, the Housing Minister and Minister for Building Safety to implement the promise to ban low level letter boxes once and for all.

Three Royal Mail Group/Communication Workers Union letters jointly sent to Boris Johnson Prime Minister, Christopher Pincher MP, Minister for Housing, and Lord Greenhalgh, Minister for Building Safety and Communities are attached for Branch information.

Yours sincerely

Dave Joyce
National Health, Safety & Environment Officer

LTB 509/20 – CWU Condemns Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s Tory Party Speech Throw Away Joke Comment on Dog Bites Through The Letterbox

Letter to Chris Pincher Housing Minister – 24.09.24 FINAL

Letter to Lord Greenhalgh Building Safety Minister – 24.09.24 FINAL

Letter to Rt Hon Boris Johnson MP 08.10.08

TM1 vs Actuals and ATT

TM1 vs Actuals and ATT

The Outdoor department continues to receive an increasing number of reports that proposals are being tabled by Royal Mail using a management process called ATT (Achieving the Task). In addition, Managers are unilaterally changing the TM1 for the office, including for example changing existing full time duties to part time for template purposes, whilst a full time OPG continues to perform the unchanged duty.

This is to once again remind all representatives that the ATT approach has not been agreed with the CWU and that in our view, any revision activity would be subject to the outcomes of the current National Talks which is in line with the Rebuilding Trust Joint Statement.

Equally, Representatives are also advised that we have written formally to the company, requesting that they withdraw the initiative and to cease any activity relating to it immediately. It has now also come to light that a banding system is being deployed in regions whereby offices are classified in four separate categories, reproduced below.

Category A – Tidy up only. Removing vacant duties or S/A which are not covered on overtime etc. No physical changes to duty structures or any impact on people’s duties or S/A

Category B – Tidy up. Removal of lapsed duties and formalizing the lapsing into other roles. Basically what they do now but just making it structurally set. Still no impact on people other than what they currently do.

Category C – Minor changes to structure but without needing to change people’s contracts or hours.

Category D – Structural change involving significant impact on people.

Representatives are advised to immediately enter the IR Framework in the case of any proposals or actions on the part of local managers to change the Office current TM1 establishment under ATT. We believe that this activity is without doubt more far reaching than the ‘ tidying up exercise’ being quoted by the company and that it has a direct bearing on both productivity measure discussions and any future savings opportunities currently the subject of major activity in the talks regarding the future of the company and our current dispute with the employer.

Any queries to the content of the above please contact the Outdoor Department reference 230.03, email address: outdoorsecretary@cwu.org.

Yours sincerely,

Mark Baulch
CWU Assistant Secretary

LTB 508/20 – TM1 vs Actuals and ATT

Royal Mail Group – Latest Updated Coronavirus/Covid-19 – Frequently Asked Questions and Answers Guidance Document (Version 63)

Royal Mail Group – Latest Updated Coronavirus/Covid-19 – Frequently Asked Questions and Answers Guidance Document (Version 63)

I attach for your information Version 63 of the Royal Mail Group, Managers’ Coronavirus/Covid-19 Frequently Asked Questions and Answers Guidance document, issued by the business on 16 October 2020.

At the commencement of the Coronavirus/Covid-19 outbreak, Royal Mail Group established a ‘Business Pandemic Team’ which includes all national heads of department and this team meets regularly to review the situation across Royal Mail Group and to issue update Questions and Answers information communications to all managers, which is cascaded throughout the business.

The Coronavirus Guidance, version 63 Q&A document has been shared with the Union’s Health, Safety & Environment Department and is hereby circulated for information and reference purposes for CWU Health and Safety and Branch IR Reps.

The Q&A documents are circulated to all RMG managers and are also available to access through a link on the Royal Mail Group ‘Intranet’, in the ‘Managers Update Messages’ section.

Please note that changes and additions from the previous version are highlighted in ‘Yellow’.

Please also note that these Q & A documents are ‘Royal Mail Group’ documents and the contents are not agreed with the CWU. On page 4 reference is made to Royal Mail’s decision to re-introduce ‘shared vans’ on a voluntary basis, subject to identified exclusions. This has not been agreed with the CWU and the Union remains opposed to such a policy change at this present time. Please refer to LTB 489/20.

The Health, Safety & Environment Department continues in dialogue with the Royal Mail Group Safety Health & Environment Team to raise questions, additions and amendments to the Q&A document.

Any enquiries to this LTB or feedback on the RMG Q&A document should be directed to Dave Joyce CWU National Health, Safety & Environment Officer.

Attachment:

Coronavirus Guidance Questions and Answers v63

Contents List:

  1. HEALTH
  1. Prevention
  2. Self-isolation, testing and reporting
  3. Cleaning and consumables
  4. Travel
  5. Support and advice
  6. POLICY 
  1. General guidance
  2. Travel/and annual holiday
  3. Caring for dependants
  4. Sick pay
  5. Attendance process
  6. Vulnerable employees
  7. Fleet and vehicles
  8. POST & PARCELS 
  1. General Ops advice
  2. NHS testing kits
  3. Operational processes and reporting changes
  4. Delivering and collecting from customers
  5. Fleet and vehicles

Yours sincerely

Dave Joyce
National Health, Safety & Environment Officer

LTB 507/20 – Royal Mail Group – Latest Updated Coronavirus Covid-19 – Frequently Asked Questions and Answers Guidance Document (Version 63)

Coronavirus__Guidance Questions and Answers v63

POST OFFICE: COVID 19 – TAX RELIEF FOR HOMEWORKING

POST OFFICE: COVID 19 – TAX RELIEF FOR HOMEWORKING

Branches are advised that as a response to the Covid-19 pandemic and in line with Government guidance, many of our Admin and Field Support members have been temporarily working from home due to their usual workplace(s) being closed. As homeworkers they are eligible to claim from HMRC for increased costs e.g. heating and electricity. To assist members with this claim is the following Joint Statement:

JOINT STATEMENT –
TAX RELIEF FOR HOMEWORKERS UP TO £6 PER WEEK

In March at the outbreak of Covid-19 in the UK and the consequential lockdown, the Government issued guidelines specifying that “everyone should work from home, unless they cannot work from home”. As a result the Post Office quickly responded by making the decision to close or partially close Post Office Headquarters in Finsbury Dials and other administrative buildings including Chesterfield, Farnworth, and Springburn. Consequently many colleagues, including field support workers, have been homeworking since the lockdown.

Tax Relief
If you are one of the colleagues working from home you may be able to claim tax relief via HMRC for some of the bills you have to pay because you have to work at home on a regular basis.

Here is the link to HMRC guidance. https://www.gov.uk/tax-relief-for-employees/working-at-home

How to claim the Tax Relief
For most people, the process simply requires completing a P87 form which can either be done via your Government Gateway account or by filling in a postal P87 form.

You’ll be asked for your employer’s name and PAYE reference (which you can find on your payslip or P60), and your job title. For postal P87s, you will also need your National Insurance number. The key section for completing the form is ‘Using your home as an office’.

In the online form, there are two boxes:

• Amount paid by you. HMRC has stated that provided you’ve had increased costs all you need do is to put a total amount that’s equivalent to £6 per week for the period you’ve been working from home. You won’t need to show receipts.

• Amount paid to you by your employer. Post Office will not be reimbursing expenses, therefore, in this section you need to put £0.

If you’re claiming through the postal form, you’ll need to add a ‘Using your home as an office’ expense manually in the ‘Other expenses’ section.

As you claim retrospectively on expenses and, if you’re only at home due to coronavirus, it might be worth waiting until you’re back at work (or a few months anyway) then make the whole claim at once. Your tax code will likely be adjusted so you pay less tax over the year, as opposed to you getting a direct refund.

Once you’ve submitted the claim, if you do it online you may hear back within a couple of weeks unless, of course, HMRC is under pressure which would then take longer.

Finally, we hope the above information will assist in making the process of claiming tax relief easier. Your ability to adapt to the challenges we all face in the current time has ensured the Post Office has been able to operate effectively.

Thank you for your continued commitment and hard work.

Lee Kelly                                          Andy Furey
Employee Relations and                     Assistant Secretary
Policy Director                                   CWU

I believe the details in the Joint Statement demonstrate the simplicity of the process and the fact that members can complete the forms online without the production of receipts, which will encourage them to apply for tax relief for homeworking.

Therefore, I would urge our Reps to bring this LTB and Joint Statement to the attention of Post Office members working from home, especially as we can see the homeworking arrangements continuing into next year.

Yours sincerely

Andy Furey
Assistant Secretary

LTB 506/20 – Post Office – Covid 19 – Tax Relief for Homeworking

Royal Mail Group – Latest Updated Coronavirus/Covid-19 – Frequently Asked Questions and Answers Guidance Document (Version 62)

Royal Mail Group – Latest Updated Coronavirus/Covid-19 – Frequently Asked Questions and Answers Guidance Document (Version 62)

I attach for your information Version 62 of the Royal Mail Group, Managers’ Coronavirus/Covid-19 Frequently Asked Questions and Answers Guidance document, issued by the business on 14 October 2020.

At the commencement of the Coronavirus/Covid-19 outbreak, Royal Mail Group established a ‘Business Pandemic Team’ which includes all national heads of department and this team meets regularly to review the situation across Royal Mail Group and to issue update Questions and Answers information communications to all managers, which is cascaded throughout the business.

The Coronavirus Guidance, Version 62 Q&A document has been shared with the Union’s Health, Safety & Environment Department and is hereby circulated for information and reference purposes for CWU Health and Safety and Branch IR Reps.

The Q&A documents are circulated to all RMG managers and are also available to access through a link on the Royal Mail Group ‘Intranet’, in the ‘Managers Update Messages’ section.

Please note that changes and additions from the previous version are highlighted in ‘Yellow’.

Please also note that these Q & A documents are ‘Royal Mail Group’ documents and the contents are not agreed with the CWU. On page 4 reference is made to Royal Mail’s decision to re-introduce ‘shared vans’ on a voluntary basis, subject to identified exclusions. This has not been agreed with the CWU and the Union remains opposed to such a policy change at this present time. Please refer to LTB 489/20.

The Health, Safety & Environment Department continues in dialogue with the Royal Mail Group Safety Health & Environment Team to raise questions, additions and amendments to the Q&A document.

Any enquiries to this LTB or feedback on the RMG Q&A document should be directed to Dave Joyce CWU National Health, Safety & Environment Officer.

Attachment:

Coronavirus Guidance Questions and Answers v62

Yours sincerely

Dave Joyce
National Health, Safety & Environment Officer

LTB 504/20 – Royal Mail Group – Latest Updated Coronavirus Covid-19 – Frequently Asked Questions and Answers Guidance Document (Version 62)

Coronavirus Guidance Questions and Answers v_62

Campaign to save the Union Learning Fund (ULF)

Campaign to save the Union Learning Fund (ULF)

Further to LTB 492/20, we would like to thank Branches who have raised their concerns about the announcement of the Government’s planned cessation of the ULF across all trade unions including the CWU.

We are working closely with our Communications, Media & Campaigns Dept., TUC and sister trade unions to kick-start a campaign highlighting the recklessness of such a measure with a view to reversing the decision. 

The following steps are planned in the short term to argue against the cuts which will have a very real and negative impact on the world of work and the wider economy:

  • The TUC has issued an initial two documents which outline the benefits of union learning which is backed up with facts and figures (attached)
  • Employers who benefit from an upskilled and confident workforce are being approached to sign supporting joint letters to Gavin Williamson (Secretary of State for Education). We are in the process of seeking support from our employers
  • A petition has been launched seeking to reverse the government’s plans to cut the ULF which will mean hundreds of thousands of workers missing out on skills development and training

We ask, that as a first step, Branches bring this LTB and the associated TUC Briefing documents to the attention of our members and also push out the petition through all of your networks.  The petition can be found here:

https://www.megaphone.org.uk/petitions/uk-gov-don-t-cut-union-learning 

A Facebook live session will be held on Tuesday 20th October at 6pm to update branches on the campaign and the impact of the announcement.

The CWU has a proud record of delivering incredible learning outcomes through the ULF to many thousands of our members. We are confident that our members and representatives understand this and will join the campaign to stop these cuts at a time when workers are facing extreme uncertainty.

Any queries to this LTB can be forwarded to equality&education@cwu.org

Yours sincerely,

Kate Hudson

Head of Equality, Education & Development

LTB 505/20
Save Union Learning – TUC briefing
Union learning in facts and figures

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