This will be a difficult march: a wave of strikes could sweep through one of the strongest economies in Europe

This will be a difficult march: a wave of strikes could sweep through one of the strongest economies in Europe

The future prime minister may be preparing to strike

Cleaners, security guards, receptionists, postal workers and others at the Department of Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) will begin a strike on September 5-6 over health, safety and other benefits.

According to the Association of Public and Commercial Service Providers (PCS), the measure is a sign of

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It is expected that the new leader of Britain will be appointed on the fifth of September and take office formally on the sixth of September.

The anger and despair of our members is growing throughout the public service because the government is doing nothing to alleviate the livelihoods crisis.

– said Mark Sirotek, General Secretary of the Communist Party of China. The striking employees work on outsourcing contracts rather than being direct government employees. The next British leader comes to power at a time of industrial turmoil, with union workers on strike across a wide range of industries as rising inflation fuels demands for higher wages and better working conditions as the country grapples with recession.

Boris Johnson Liz Truss is running for office He said he would take “strict and decisive measures” to curb union strikes if he became a leader.

According to the union, the reason for the strike was that ISS, which employs outside workers, failed to implement health and safety regulations and “exposed party members to unacceptable risks”.

Blow after blow

Thousands of workers at British universities have voted to strike in a wage dispute, Unison, Britain’s largest union, announced Thursday.

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The latest announcement is another sign of growing unrest in Britain, as railway workers, health workers and legal professionals strike or plan to strike for better wages and conditions.

The union said university workers, including cleaners, administrators, librarians, catering and security workers, would go on strike after rejecting a 3% wage offer from the university and college employers union.

This ridiculously low raise does not relieve the financial pressure on thousands of struggling employees

said Mike Short, Head of Education at Unison.

According to the union, workers at more than 20 universities in the country, including four Scottish universities, one in Northern Ireland and 17 in England, will take part in the strike later this year. Unison said institutions in London, Manchester, Liverpool, Leeds, Bath, Belfast, Edinburgh and Glasgow would all be affected.

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