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Pay dispute at Financial Times

Journalists at the Financial Times newspaper have voted by more than 75 percent in favour of strikes on a 67 percent turnout

Issue No. 2292

Journalists at the Financial Times newspaper have voted by 75.5 percent in favour of strikes, on a 67 percent turnout.

The workers, members of the NUJ union, balloted for action after management offered them a 2 percent pay rise and sought to sideline the union in negotiations.

Bosses have now offered 3.5 percent. The offer was being considered as Socialist Worker went to press


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Tue 28 Feb 2012, 18:49 GMT
Issue No. 2292
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