Civil service workers in the PCS union have voted resoundingly for more strikes over pension reforms in a consultation.
Some 72 percent of those balloted voted to continue the campaign of strikes with other unions.
And 90 percent rejected the government’s proposed changes to the civil service pensions scheme.
The PCS national executive is set to meet on Monday to discuss the results and further pensions action.
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