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Posted on 1 August 2017 at 13:24 GMT

Bank of England fair pay strike

Shadow chancellor John McDonnell with Bank of England strikers, 1.8.17, photo by Judy Beishon

Shadow chancellor John McDonnell with Bank of England strikers, 1.8.17, photo by Judy Beishon   (Click to enlarge)

Unite members at the Bank of England are striking for three days from Tuesday 1st August for a pay rise. Many of the staff who keep the building running - doing jobs like maintenance - have had no pay rise for two years and the management is refusing to discuss it.

On Thursday 3rd August the Bank of England strikers will be linking up with strikers at Barts NHS trust (employees of Serco) and the British Airways mixed fleet cabin crew:

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