Unions 'not looking for a fight'

By Mark Conrad and Martin Ford | 03 August 2022

Union bosses have denied they are pursuing a ‘summer of discontent’ after rejecting a pay offer for local government workers.

Employers have put forward a flat rate pay rise of £1,925, saying this would give the lowest paid workers a double digit pay increase, and an extra day holiday to all staff.

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