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A new week-long walkout for Camden NSL wardens

Issue No. 2472

Traffic wardens in Camden, central London, were set to begin an eight- day strike for higher pay on Wednesday of this week.

The Unison union members are demanding outsourcing giant NSL pays them £10.50 an hour, and better terms and conditions.

They had previously struck for four days from 2 September. 

Send messages of support to georgebinette@camden.gov.uk

Workers across Barnet council in north London have called a strike during the Tory party conference against further privatisation.

The Unison members are set to walk out for 24 hours on Wednesday 7 October.The council is set to publish a report calling for slashing libraries on 2 October.


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Tue 22 Sep 2015, 15:00 BST
Issue No. 2472
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