Unite’s executive have voted to name a day for strikes in April if no other union does. The union’s members in the health service have rejected the government’s offer and its members in the civil service are being balloted until 18 April.
Unison health will ballot its members on the offer in April.
GMB has announced a consultation of members on the deal. Ballot dates have not been announced yet.
The British Medical Association and the Royal College of Nursing have already returned big votes to reject the deal.
EIS Scottish teachers’ union members are battling to get strikes put back on after the union’s leadership called off action on 28 March. EIS members voted by over 73 percent for more strikes.
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