National Communications Union

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The National Communications Union was a trade union in the United Kingdom.

The union was founded in 1985 when the Post Office Engineering Union and the Postal and Telecommunications Group of the Civil and Public Services Association merged. In 1995, it merged with the Union of Communication Workers to form the Communication Workers Union.[1]

General Secretaries[edit]

1985: Bryan Stanley
1986: John Golding[2]
1989: Anthony Young[3]

References[edit]

  1. ^ National Communications Union 1982-95 Archives
  2. ^ "Ex-Labour minister John Golding dies", BBC News, 21 January 1999
  3. ^ CIRCULAR EMP/20/02: Independent Review of the Fire Service