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Topics: Economy, Strike, Cuts

Sunday, 3 July 2011

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A strike, yesterday.

During Thursday's strike actions, there was cross union support for strikers and protestors removing the 'N' from their 'Down with the Cuts' placards.

Mr Madd from the Unions said it was a worry that some very rude and unpleasant placards would be on display at the strikes on Thursday, but he explained it was agreed that no rude words were going to be used about the politicians.

'We were quite close with Conservative, and then one of the small children of pointed out that Cut was only one letter away from a famed Anglo Saxon word, and being a protest that could be seen by a family audience, we decided to not take any changes'.

We are lucky that Mr B******s from the Union was not available for comment.

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