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Royal Mail may be taking 'I A' week comm 18th June

12 Jun 2007, 15:16

Disruption to the Royal Mail Postal Service

We have been advised that Royal Mail may be taking industrial action week commencing 18th June 2007.

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THESE PEOPLE

12 Jun 2007, 17:10

Royal Mail taking industrial action ?

Flippin 'eck, they should come and look at the managers where I work, supping tea and sitting in the office all day.
Industrial inaction, I would call it Image

No, seriously though. This article does not mean someone has inside information on a strike date having been set.
Anyone who knows the law would know that if the union meets tomorrow (Wednesday), it has to give a minimum 7 days' notice to Royal Mail of any strike date. The writer of the article has presumably just worked out that there could be a one-day strike on or after Wednesday 20th of June, i.e. sometime next week

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