Category: Wales

How learning agreements transform workplaces
Lisa Francis - January 7th, 2021
Learning agreements are something that Community Learn have been negotiating for and implementing at workplaces for many years. But what is the importance and relevance [...]
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Response to the Chancellor’s announcement
Community - September 24th, 2020
The Chancellor, Rishi Sunak, today announced a plan for our economy for the coming months. This new ‘Winter Economic Plan’ comes following the imposition of [...]
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Government must act to save jobs and industries
Community - September 23rd, 2020
Today, Community have written to the Prime Minister calling for urgent action to protect industries and save jobs. You can read our letter here: Dear [...]
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Welsh region collects donations for veterans
Community - September 14th, 2020
As part of Community’s campaign to end veteran homelessness, Community’s Welsh Regional Office organised a drive for items that homeless veterans need. The region coordinated [...]
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Community back Carwyn Jones for Labour NEC
Community - July 27th, 2020
Community trade union are backing Carwyn Jones for the Welsh seat on the Labour Party’s National Executive Council. Carwyn Jones was First Minister of Wales [...]
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Orb works closure is failure of industrial strategy
Community - July 3rd, 2020
The Orb Works in Newport closed for the last time today (3 July). The final shift left the works at 1pm. Local politicians gathered alongside [...]
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Union learning Wales celebrates 20 years
Community - January 9th, 2020
"It was a proud moment to be able to showcase what unions have achieved..." Every year the Wales TUC hosts a conference bringing together hundreds [...]
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Tata Steel job cuts: union responds
Community - November 27th, 2019
Responding to news that Tata Steel Europe is proposing 1,000 job cuts in the UK, Roy Rickhuss, General Secretary of the Community trade union, said: [...]
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Steel union response to Tata Steel closures news
Community - September 2nd, 2019
Responding to the announcement by Tata Steel that it intends to close its Cogent business in Newport and Wolverhampton Engineering Steels business, Roy Rickhuss, General [...]
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Building the supply chain for electric cars
Alasdair McDiarmid - August 12th, 2019
In these turbulent times the welcome news that Jaguar Land Rover plans to invest £1bn to make electric cars in the Midlands was soon offset [...]
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