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St Mungos Broadway Strike starts today

Members at St Mungos Broadway will be on strike from 8.00am today.  Last minute negotiations at ACAS on Thursday failed to produce significant movement from management.  In the absence of movement from management the strike will last seven days.

There are eighteen pickets accross London.  Branch members are encouraged to support them details here: http://www.housingworkers.org.uk/page/35/st-mungos-broadway-strike.html

The strike results from the new executives imposition of changes with what they term "retrospective concultation". The chenges effect a range of terms and conditions and include the introduction of a new starting rate of pay.

There is a financial appeal details are here: http://www.housingworkers.org.uk/readnews.html?con_id=108

The strike is reported in todays Independent: http://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/home-news/workers-in-homeless-hostels-set-to-strike-over-pay-9799954.html?origin=internalSearch

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