Hauliers face “severe disruption” at Liverpool Port as workers vote to strike this month


 

Container hauliers will face “severe disruption” at Liverpool Port this month after more than 560 port operatives and maintenance engineers voted in favour of staging a two-week strike.

The warning was made by union Unite as it revealed that its members at the port had voted to take strike action from 19 September to 3 October, after rejecting a 7% pay offer from port operator MDHC.

The union said that a 7% pay offer amounts to a pay cut, since […]


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