Saturday, 26 September 2015

Victimisation at NG

The strike of staff at The National Gallery in London has reached 100 days. It began as a strike against privatisation and a demand for a living wage, then escalated when PCS union rep. Candy Udwin was unlawfully sacked for arguing the union case. A new law will guarantee workers are paid a living wage, but privatisation has gone ahead and Candy Udwin hasn't been reinstated. It is a disgrace that this national treasure, which receives around six million visitors a year, has such a useless management team (CLICK).


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