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Which unions are going on strike on Wednesday 30 November?

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30 November will see the biggest strike in Britain for generations—up to three million workers across 29 unions will walk out. Here are the unions involved, listed in order of size
Issue 2280
Number Union sector number balloted
1 Unison local government and health 1,100,000
2 PCS civil service workers 290,000
3 NASUWT teachers 227,500
4 GMB local government 225,000
5 NUT teachers 219,100
6 Unite local government and health 137,000
7 UCU lecturers nearly 100,000
8 ATL teachers 96,500
9 EIS Scottish teachers over 54,000
10 Nipsa Northern Ireland public sector 43,000
11 Prospect specialist civil services 32,000
12 National Association of Head Teachers   24,400
13 Chartered Society of Physiotherapists   over 22,300
14 Society of Radiographers   17,500
15 Ucatt construction workers 15,200
16 FDA senior civil servants 12,000
17 Napo probation workers over 8,000
18 INTO Northern Irish teachers 6,400
19 Immigration Service Union (non-TUC affiliated) 4,500
20 Society of Chiropodists and Podiatrists   over 3,500
21 UCAC Welsh teachers 3,200
22 POA secure hospital staff around 3,000
23 Association of Educational Psychologists   over 2,700
24 AHDS Scottish headteachers over 1,300
25 RMT members employed at the Royal Fleet Auxillary, Tyne & Wear Metro and Orkney Ferries 1,300
26 Aspect school inspectors (estimated) 1,000
27 Siptu Northern Ireland public sector around 700
28 CWU TV Licensing workers over 500
29 TSSA Northern Ireland transport workers 300

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