Royal Mail and CWU having their day in court

Royal Mail and CWU having their day in court

The hearing at the High Court in London was scheduled to start at 10:30 am this morning.

As previously reported, the CWU members have voted for industrial action, with a 48-hour walkout scheduled to start on 19 October.

However, Royal Mail has argued that it would be illegal for the CWU to coordinate a strike until the contractual external mediation process has been followed.

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