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Overworked Union bosses plan mass ‘walk-in’

The Union of Union Leaders leader, Patience Jefferson, has called for a ‘day of inaction’ to protest against the unbearable burden being placed on hard-working Union Leaders up and down the country as aggressive posturing, rallies and offers to get around the negotiating table continue to ramp up, but with no increase in their pay.

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Posted: Sep 15th, 2011
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Teachers welcome pension changes as ‘a valuable life lesson’

‘If we weren’t showing our pupils that you get shafted by your employer whether you’re in the public or private sector, we wouldn’t be doing our jobs properly.’

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Posted: Jun 28th, 2011
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Self-employed plumber still on strike

can't stand idly by watching his career go down the drainSelf-employed Bolton plumber Dave North has today announced further strikes in an ongoing and increasingly bitter row with himself over pay and benefits.

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Posted: Jan 28th, 2011
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Acas strike causes quandary

The reconciliation service Acas faced a crisis last night after staff walked out

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Posted: Aug 25th, 2010
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Stranded BA passengers praise human traffickers for getting them home

BA passengers stuck in far flung destinations such as Thailand, Australia and Iraq have praised the work of human trafficking gangs in getting them safely back to Britain.

‘Not only did they get me home on time,’ said Tracy Cox from Canvey Island, ‘but, as part of the deal, they also got me a job as a nanny.’

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Posted: Jun 5th, 2010
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