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Issue No. 1778

Workers at the Scottish Environment Protection Agency are voting in a consultative ballot over attacks on pay and conditions.

UNISON regional official Marion Adamson says, 'Management are using the annual pay discussion to rip up existing agreements and give themselves the right to cut the wages of individuals.'

Around 800 workers are employed at SEPA. The ballot result is due on Monday.

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Sat 8 Dec 2001, 00:00 GMT
Issue No. 1778
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