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Emotional baggage handlers ‘very nervous’ about strike ballot

fears for tears‘Taking people’s emotional baggage on board is nerve-rackingly unpredictable,’ says handler Vic Smythe. ‘That’s why this strike is justified. Although a lot of us are terrified of the outcome. Terrified I tell you!’

Mr Smythe has been in the job five years. He explains: ‘This is a job that requires you to be genuinely sensitive to people, not like nursing, social work or being minister for disabled people. A new Samsonite his ‘n hers means a honeymoon, and your heart just melts.’

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Posted: Oct 17th, 2014
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Economy recovering confidence after counselling, support from friends

‘When I look back on it, my problems had been building up for years, but I just hadn’t been facing up to them,’ admitted the Economy.

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Posted: Oct 12th, 2014
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Slackers launch ‘Sickie’, the new charity for sufferers of minor and fictitious ailments

The new charitable foundation supports the millions of Britons whose work ethic is undermined each week by debilitating complaints such as chapped lips, pins and needles and dandruff.

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Posted: Jul 3rd, 2011
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NHS opens Fashion Victim Trauma Units

987-fashionvictimProviding counselling for hundreds of Crocs and Burberry-related incidents.

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Posted: Feb 17th, 2009
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