I know that members of the Spaulding student body are planning a walk-out
too and I am profoundly grateful to see our young people speaking out and being powerful forces for change.
A NATIONAL postal strike was set to come a step closer today with an expected vote in favour of a walk-out
in a bitter row over jobs, pay and services.
Employees in the Finnish wood processing industry are reportedly attempting to speed up salary negotiations by the use of walk-out
More than 70% of 80 respondents to a ballot of 128 workers at the town's depot said they supported further action following a two-hour walk-out
Unite will hold talks on strike tactics at the same time as they are meeting bosses, and announce a walk-out
for August 23 if the ACAS talks fail.
The union said the walk-out
was "solidly supported" as leaders stepped up their attack on Business Secretary Lord Mandelson, accusing him of telling "untruths".
The meeting in London yesterday took place against a background of rising tension at the jail, where an unofficial 24-hour walk-out
by hundreds of prison officers took place last week.
However, the second day of action by workers is said to be "solidly supported", with some staff not involved in the walk-out
refusing to cross picket lines.
Thousands of staff will find out today if they will be taking part in the biggest ever walk-out
by civil service staff.
Lecturers at Gateshead College have also suspended their plans to strike while talks continue, though staff at Newcastle College are still planning a one-day walk-out
Ambulance Service Union (ASU) official Ray Carrick reacted with anger last night, and said any threats to technicians jobs could spark a walk-out
across the whole of the Mersey region.
On January 15, 1979 most Fourth Division fixtures were led by a walk-out
after a player was assaulted by a coach.