Strike on 30th June

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  1. tommyducks

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    Any industrial action that doesn't cause disruption is worthless. It's meant to fuck up the system, otherwise why would anybody take any notice?
     
  2. SWP's back

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    A bit like streaking at a sports event instead of at home and just as worthwhile.

    Good to see my old school still open tomorrow though.
     
  3. Lucky13

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    My post was tongue in cheek , obviously they're not going to disrupt their six week holiday.
     
  4. Chrisja1000

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    Please can no one reply to BB2 as he us just an attention seeking whore who is obviously unhappy in his own life. To judge all public sector staff as he has shows a distinct lack of intelligence and knowledge. I think the general rule on BM is that he is an idiot anyhow.
     
  5. brooklandsblue2.0

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    My CV and headhunters may well disagree. Weak.<br /><br />-- Wed Jun 29, 2011 11:47 am --<br /><br />

    My CV and headhunters may well disagree. Weak.
     
  6. metalblue

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    I like you BB, you rarely fail to make me smile
     
  7. urmston

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    The strikers want the following -

    1. to pay about the same proportion of their wages into a pension scheme as private sector workers.

    2. to retire 6 years earlier than private sector workers.

    3. to get much higher pension payments when they retire than private sector workers.

    4. to have their pension schemes subsided by billions of pounds of tax cash from everyone so they can retire early on these fantastic pensions.

    What a selfish, greedy bunch they are.
     
  8. SWP's back

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    Top one is wrong. They want to pay 6% in.

    Most in private sector are advised to pay atleast 15%
     
  9. brooklandsblue2.0

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    Its so funny that this day has arrived. The picnic is over kids- step in line or face the consequences!
     
  10. gordondaviesmoustache

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    Your CV? Anyone can create a work of fiction. A bit like your persona.

    And headhunters? What is this? 1988?
     

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