breakfastIt seems that the impending employment tribunal claim raised by the nine 3 Cosas activists from the Garden Halls has put Cofely on their best behaviour, as a new letter received by at risk workers currently in temporary positions promises a 45-day consultation period (far longer than that the statutory minimum), talks with elected reps and a short extension of the contracts, previously due to end in September. 

Nonetheless, mass redundancies still beckon, with the most active union members being clearly targetted, and IWGB Vice-Chair Sonia Chura has written to Peter Brench of Cofely calling for further discussion to take place as soon as possible.