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lots of strike threats over pay coming from all directions just now

Acas has struggled to resolve its own workplace dispute

Staff at labour conciliation service Acas have voted to go on strike in a row over pay.

Members of the Public and Commercial Services union (PCS) voted by almost two to one for a rolling programme of one-hour strikes.

Union members say the service failed to make a pay offer last year.

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Dismissal notices have been handed out to more than 500 staff at the Scottish Environment Protection Agency (Sepa).

About 570 workers have been given three months notice unless they accept new pay and conditions.

The publicly-funded body, which has about 1,300 staff at 22 offices across Scotland, said about 43% of its total workforce were affected.

Public sector union Unison said it would not allow members to be intimidated by the dismissal notices.

It said it would meet workers this week to discuss a response.

Unison will not allow members to be bullied and brow-beaten in this way, and we will be considering all methods of challenging these Victorian labour relations - including by industrial action where appropriate."

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Dock workers may take industrial action

Hundreds of workers at Devonport face an uncertain future, as a result of the Government announcement on privatisation

Defence trade unions from Devon will join colleagues from across Britain today to discuss a possible ballot for industrial action.

It follows the news - announced by the Government yesterday - that hundreds of warship support jobs at Devonport Naval Base in Plymouth are to be privatised.

and

Should Notts firefighters be taking unofficial industrial action?

Firemen (well, actors actually dressed up as firemen)

Groups of fire fighters in stations across Notts may be joining unofficial industrial action.

and

Tuesday Industrial Action liverpool

Strikes across the region have led to disruption on the roads and the closure of many schools.

Tuesday’s strike by public sector workers has led to disruption to travel across the region and the closure of many council services.

Council workers across the UK have voted for a 24-hour strike in protest at pension changes.

Staff staged a walkout following a ballot of unions representing cooks, refuse collectors, home helps and others

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Rail workers hold second strike

Railway signal workers in Lincoln are to stage a second 24-hour strike in a dispute over a redundancy.

The Rail, Maritime and Transport (RMT) union said workers are due to walk out at 2200 GMT and members could soon be balloted nationally over the issue

and

Birmingham strike suspended

solution to Birmingham's bitter pay dispute has edged a step closer, with UNISON winning a promise from the council to begin negotiations afresh.

Unions called off strike action planned for today after constructive talks with council leaders, who have agreed to scrap plans to impose a new pay and grading structure.

and

Strike inspires council to produce new proposals

Argyll and Bute council has offered employees a new set of proposals on pay and conditions, after staff took industrial action earlier this month over plans to tear up agreements and impose cuts on staff conditions.

im sure ive missed out loads

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Tonight they're gonna party like it's 1975 baby.

Time for the new punk movement to get started.

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If they can afford to strike, I suppose they can't be up to their eyeballs in debt after all ;)

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Oh dear. Gordie really is in a pickle now, what with the Labour Party £20m in debt and the rich benefactors having dried up. He can't antagonise the unions too much, for obvious reasons, but at the same time needs to keep the lid on inflation. Not a nice situation to be in.

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