United Kingdom - Cleaners ministry London demand living wages - August 31, 2018

Cleaners at the Ministry of Justice have picketed the Ministry and the offices of a west London council as they began a three-day strike over poor pay and conditions. They are striking in demand of an occupational sick pay scheme and parity of terms and conditions with directly employed staff and are calling for the London living wage. The migrant workers are represented by the United Voices of the World trade union.

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