St Mungo's staff plan new ten-day strike
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St Mungo's staff plan new ten-day strike

30 Oct 2014 | Tania Mason

Staff at St Mungo’s are planning to strike again for ten days from next Wednesday in further protest at proposed changes to their pay and conditions.
 

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