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“Shit” by Mike Zagaris, Jan. 2nd

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Daff ps pay strike at BMA, pay dispute over health care and more Read more

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Wirz says the commission will investigate, in order to find out why an agreement with the union failed in the first place and what led to the ongoing strike. “This shows the impact of these two issues on the health care system in the UK – and for every day employees, there are 10 who have missed work for a third day,” he said. “For them, it was a huge relief to know that they wouldn’t be on strike again tomorrow or the weekend. It’s a sma우리 카지노ll consolation that they’ll have a holiday, and a chance to rest up for the start of August.”

Meanwhile, the National Union of Journalists (NUJ) said it would consider further action after its national conference in Cardiff – which also witnessed a huge vote of solidarity by the membership – decided to not allow the NUJ, the Professional Geographers Association (PGA), the ATS and oth평택출장샵 평택안마er political part창원 출장 안마ies to take part in the next phase of debate.

The committee announced that the GPA was no longer welcome at its annual conference on Wednesday night amid a dispute over the way it had been run – although one senior PGA figure defended its decision saying: “We are not surprised. The National Union of Journalists (NUJ) said it would ignore this decision. They are just playing a sad, sad game of politics, because they are getting more and more desperate.”

The statement added that it had not “recognised the NUJ’s decision as legally valid as it did following the resolution of the GMB strike in 2009”. It added: “NUJ staff will seek legal advice immediately to identify the facts behind the decision.”

Meanwhile, the Guardian newspaper has been given a four-week suspended sentence from August 12 after being found guilty by a Southwark crown court jury of “false reporting”. The newspaper accused the NUJ of trying to hide an earlier story about the pay row by claiming the alleged incident was a hoax and that its own staff were “pissed off” by the charges, which had been rejected by two separate jury inquiries.

According to the Guardian’s trial in London, the two NUJ sources were discussing the pay row in August 2009 with another former NUJ official – later named as Neil Clarke – and subsequently went on to disclose a “secret” encounter between the two union officials which allegedly involved a bottle of champagne.

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Kuchar still on top ahead of final round:

Kuchar still on top ahead of final round:

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