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Can membership declines be halted?

Figures from the Trades Union Congress (TUC) provided to the BBC earlier this month revealed that trade union membership levels have dropped sharply in recent times, particularly among young people.

Pensord slims capacity to focus on sustainable work

Sheetfed magazine specialist Pensord is investing over £3.3m in highly automated kit as it rolls out a future-proofing strategy at the business centred on profitable capacity.

Campaign launched to keep passport production in the UK

Unite the union has teamed up with the Daily Mirror newspaper to launch its campaign calling for the production of UK passports to remain in the UK.

Death announced of trade unionist Baroness Dean

Baroness Dean, a Labour peer and the first woman to lead a major trade union, has died aged 74.

Unite calls for 'urgent talks' with Trinity Mirror over jobs worries

Print operations at Trinity Mirror and West Ferry Printers will be unaffected for the time being following Trinity's acquisition of Northern & Shell's publishing assets, although Unite has called for “urgent consultation” over longer-term concerns for workers’ job security.

New year predictions: Louisa Bull, Unite the Union

Louisa Bull, national officer at Unite's Graphical, Paper, Media & IT Sector, is hoping 2018 will be a better year when it comes to apprenticeships and the upskilling of existing industry employees. A general election and a Champions League win for Chelsea are also on her wish-list.

Royal Mail strikes called off

Royal Mail has won an injunction from the High Court halting a 48-hour strike by postal workers planned for next week.

Royal Mail workers set to strike

Workers at Royal Mail have voted for strike action as the dispute over its defined benefit pension scheme rumbles on.

Industry responds to tribunals ruling

Celebrated by many as a victory for working people over the elite, a Supreme Court battle brought by public sector union Unison against the government led to the scrapping of tribunal fees in late July.

Fujitsu staff announce new strike days

Fujitsu UK workers have announced an additional five strike days as part of a long-running dispute over pay, pensions, job security and union recognition, as the IT giant pushes on with proposals to axe 1,800 jobs nationwide.

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