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Barristers join postmen, teachers, transport workers, NHS and bin men in threatening strike action


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With inflation forcast to pass 11%, workers need at least that much of a raise to just stand still. We all knew Brexit would make us poorer, but this is ridiculous!

Barristers voted to strike today in a row over legal aid funding as teachers, binmen and NHS staff all threatened to walk out on a level not seen since the Winter of Discontent in the 1970s.

The Criminal Bar Association (CBA), which represents barristers in England and Wales, said several days of court walkouts will begin from next week along with a refusal to take on new cases.

The promised industrial action, announced this morning following a ballot of members, comes at a time of significant backlogs across the court system due to the pandemic.

The CBA said around 81.5% of the more than 2,000 members to respond supported industrial action.

Teachers issue 'cry for help' as they threaten to strike | Daily Mail Online

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Our wonderful Tory Britain..........

Bus strike set after new pay offer rejected

Employees of Stagecoach in Merseyside are to walk out on strike next week after a new pay deal was rejected.


Police officers have insisted public safety will not be compromised as they prepare to "withdraw goodwill" in a pay dispute.

The Scottish Police Federation (SPF) is set to begin its "most overt" action in a century at 17:00 on Friday.


Workers at BT have voted in favour of strikes in a dispute over pay.

Members of the Communication Workers Union at the firm and Openreach - which maintains the UK's phone and broadband network - backed industrial action by an overwhelming majority.


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