So the High Court have blocked @CWUnews strike action at Royal Mail - despite 97% of members voting in favour.— Frances O'Grady (@FrancesOGrady) November 13, 2019
More proof the system is rigged against working people. We must be able to stand up for our rights or the bosses will walk all over us. #WeRiseAgain 🦁 https://t.co/6UNJCpV0Vy
This is a scandal.— GMB UNION (@GMB_union) November 13, 2019
Disgraceful to see the courts overrule 110,000 Royal Mail workers’ vote to strike.
Solidarity with @CWUnews
The movement stands with you in this battle #WeRiseAgain 🦁 https://t.co/LzJnZWha5u
So the Royal Mail boss is taking @CWUnews to court to try and overturn a strike ballot which won a 97% yes vote? You’ve got to be kidding.— Frances O'Grady (@FrancesOGrady) November 8, 2019
Workers want change and a new deal at work. Royal Mail should stop wasting everyone's time and get round the table. https://t.co/KJTMdy8E54
📰 SHARE SHARE SHARE 📰— The CWU (@CWUnews) November 10, 2019
General Secretary @DaveWardGS writes for @DailyMirror
It’s time that Rico Back was exposed. Share this with every single colleague and friend https://t.co/yfTui5t4VA#WeRiseAgain 🦁
So let us get this straight: you are offering to extend the period of a ballot that you are taking us to the High Court claiming is illegal?— The CWU (@CWUnews) November 8, 2019
If this doesn’t expose Royal Mail nothing will. #WeRiseAgain 🦁 https://t.co/EWBDQvJUCD
I stand in solidarity with @CWUnews members today and every day ✊— Afzal Khan (@Afzal4Gorton) November 12, 2019
It is shameful that @RoyalMail are taking their own staff to court. @UKLabour will bring Royal Mail into public ownership to ensure better services, better pay and conditions for workers. #WeRiseAgain 🦁 https://t.co/f1xGbmEpkL
🚨 PRESS RELEASE JUST ISSUED 🚨— The CWU (@CWUnews) November 8, 2019
We have just sent the following statement to the press regarding planned court action by Royal Mail. pic.twitter.com/gJ2N90K3gX
This is Royal Mail boss Rico Back.— Kevin Courtney (@cyclingkev) November 14, 2019
He receives a £2.7 million pay packet.
He pays no UK tax on it because he is based in Switzerland.
He is trying every trick to stop the postal workers being able to exercise their right to strike.
I support the posties. @CWUnews #WeRiseAgain pic.twitter.com/98tVS3vuCl