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Funny story: Spokesmen go on strike

Spokesmen go on strike

Spokesmen throughout the UK have voted to go on strike indefinitely until their demands for more recognition are met. It's thought that the action was brought about when a spokesman for Prestatyn County Council was mistaken for a bystander in a re...
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Funny story: Pension and Working Hour Issues Threaten Sex Workers Strike During Olympics!

Pension and Working Hour Issues Threaten Sex Workers Strike During Olympics!

The Home Office has vowed to intercede in a pending work stoppage during the Olympics as the Sex Workers Union (SWU) has threatened a 'Lay Out' during the August Influx of cash carrying tourists for the gala event heralded as a 'boom to the econom...
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Funny story: Palace staff to join other public sector workers for Wednesday's strike

Palace staff to join other public sector workers for Wednesday's strike

London - Bang goes Wednesday's investiture ceremony that would have gonged-up former News of the World veterans with glitz and gilt (sic). News that Buckingham Palace's 250-strong brigade of footmen, butlers and assorted ermine fluffers will join...
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Funny story: Mass public sector strike to have no impact on their output

Mass public sector strike to have no impact on their output

The 750,000 person co-ordinated strike action public sector workers are preparing to take part in later this month over pension changes, job cuts and a pay freeze are likely to have absolutely no impact on their overall level of output during this pe...
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Funny story: Vince Cable Warns Against General Strike

Vince Cable Warns Against General Strike

The Coalition government's Business secretary Vince Cable was given a hostile reception at the GMB annual conference in Brighton when he suggested that new legislation might be introduced if there was a wave of general strikes this year. Cable def...
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Banks will close even earlier on Shortest Day

Banks already close too early for most people's convenience. They will close at 11 am, on the shortest day, this year 'because we can 'says Exec.
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