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Wardens to strike in Camden

by Phoebe Watkins
Issue No. 2311

Camden traffic wardens were set to strike on Wednesday and Thursday of this week over pay.

Camden workers currently earn £8.09 an hour. They are demanding that private parking contractor NSL pays them the same as Waltham Forest wardens, who get more than £10 an hour.

Unison branch organiser John Mann said, “This strike is about demanding a private company that makes millions in profit from the public purse pays a living wage.

“Having traffic wardens earning below the London living wage is a disgrace”.

Send messages of support to George Binette, Camden Unison, 59 Phoenix Road, London, NW1 1ES


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Tue 10 Jul 2012, 18:01 BST
Issue No. 2311
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