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NSL Camden strikers want to step up pay action

by Tomáš Tengely-Evans
Issue No. 2474

Traffic wardens in Camden, central London, have voted for further action in their pay dispute.

A strikers’ meeting asked for a two-week strike later this month. Dates have yet to be confirmed. 

The Unison union members are fighting outsourcing giant NSL for £9.50 an hour and better terms and conditions. 

Workers struck twice for three days in August, and for seven days in September. 

Rush messages of support to george.binette@camden.gov.uk Make out cheques to Camden Unison hardship or donate via pay pal at bit.ly/1VB3iUj Sign a petition at bit.ly/1WIdOvz

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