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Issue No. 1680

Bus workers

BUS DRIVERS on Plymouth Buses have rejected a pay offer for the third time. Around 330 drivers in the TGWU union refused to settle for the firm's original 2.5 percent offer and have rejected new offers of 3 percent because of strings. The company made �800,000 in profit last year. Its biggest shareholder is Labour-run Plymouth council.


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Thu 20 Jan 2000, 00:00 GMT
Issue No. 1680
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