United Kingdom - First ever strike TGI Friday’s - May 31, 2018

 Workers at two TGI Friday's restaurants - Milton Keynes and Covent Garden London - held a 24-hour strike action on 18 May 2018 in a dispute over minimum wages and tips. They had been given two days' notice that they would be stripped of 40% of their income from tips - a loss of up to 250 pounds per month. Workers at two other TGI Friday's locations, members of Unite, voted 100% in favour of possible strike action on 25 June, with other locations set to follow.

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