Spontaneous Walk-out at Bridgewater Sorting office

CWU members at Bridgwater Sorting Office held an unofficial and spontaneous walk-out on Thursday 8th March, to show their anger over the sacking of a colleague. The three and a half hour walk-out was successful. Management have agreed to bring … Continue reading

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