National Highways strike has 'zero impact' as less than two per cent workers ... trends now

National Highways strike has 'zero impact' as less than two per cent workers ... trends now
National Highways strike has 'zero impact' as less than two per cent workers ... trends now

National Highways strike has 'zero impact' as less than two per cent workers ... trends now

National Highways strike has 'zero impact' as less than two per cent of traffic officers and motorway CCTV staff walked out yesterday Fewer than 20 out of 1,500 traffic officers and motorway CCTV staff walked out The head of the PCS union had warned that up to 125 members could take part The number of workers who actually went on strike was less than 2 per cent 

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Fewer than 20 out of 1,500 traffic officers and motorway CCTV staff went on strike yesterday, making a mockery of union barons' attempts to cause chaos.

Mark Serwotka, head of the PCS union, ordered the walkout and warned National Highways that up to 125 of his members could take part.

But

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