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Posted on 22 November 2011 at 12:42 GMT

Siteworker leaflet

Siteworker leaflet

Siteworker leaflet

Balfour Beatty (BBES) ballot - The Truth

Why you should vote for the strike

The pressure is building on the 'Big 7' construction companies who want to withdraw from the JIB agreement and impose the new BESNA contracts which will cut pay by up to 35%. Electricians all over the country are fighting back. Last week saw walkouts and stoppages at many sites, including Corus on Teesside, Ratcliffe and West Burton power stations, Saltend and Farringdon in London.

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