CWU to hold strike ballot over Royal Mail pension plans

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The ballot will open on 14 September
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The ballot will open on 14 September

The Communication Workers Union (CWU) will ballot its members on strike action over Royal Mail's plans to close its defined benefit (DB) scheme.

The union has been locked in negotiations with the company for several months over various proposals to replace the Royal Mail Pension Plan (RMPP) from next year. However, it has now concluded that...

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