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Millions of workers including police, firefighters, health workers, teachers and prison officers could strike over bitter pension row

Daily Mail UK - A 'winter of discontent' looks imminent as Unison, the country's biggest public sector workers' union, gave formal notice today that its 1.1 million members will be balloted for industrial action in the bitter row over pensions.

The Government face the threat of the biggest outbreak of industrial action since the 1926 General Strike after unions served notice of ballots over the row which will see workers pay an extra 3.2 per cent in pension contributions.  Read more.

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