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Bus bosses won't budge says union

Fri, 11 Jan 2013


The union representing bus drivers says it's set for compromise but bosses won’t budge.

Talks are still in deadlock and there’ll be another bus strike next Thursday afternoon.

Drivers say they’ll lose around £3,000 a year because of changes being made to their current contracts.

However, the Department of Community, Culture and Leisure claims drivers can earn more than £45,000 a year when overtime is taken into account.

Unite National Officer Bobby Morton says the government is still refusing arbitration:

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