Refuse workers in Bromley, south east London, struck unofficially on Thursday of last week against the sacking of four colleagues.
Workers were sacked for “gross misconduct” after allegedly accepting a tip. More than 120 Unite union members gathered at the depot gates the following morning and refused to leave for three hours.
A mass meeting of workers agreed unanimously to ballot for strikes, vowing “prolonged and sustained” action.
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