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Stirling strike by lecturers

Issue No. 2249

Lecturers at Stirling University struck on Tuesday of this week in a battle to save jobs.

Management want to impose 17 compulsory redundancies in the institute of aquaculture. Some 64 percent of lecturers backed strikes in a ballot, and 83 percent supported action short of a strike.

Lecturers say that management hasn not consulted properly with the union.

Students joined lecturers and marched to a rally in the city centre.


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Tue 26 Apr 2011, 17:53 BST
Issue No. 2249
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