Furious members of the NUT teaching union at North Westminster School, west London, voted for strike action last week and won an immediate withdrawal of proposals to relocate them.
Although the planned city academy run by the United Learning Trust is going ahead, interim accommodation arrangements, pending the completion of a new building programme, were rejected by 70 votes to two on a show of hands.
The same majority called for a strike ballot. This was not required as the employer immediately backed off.
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