LIVE NEWS SCHOOL STRIKES SPECIAL: 26/03/14

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8:32am Wed 26 Mar 14

stfcdod says...

Peter Smith...............
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....what a load of tosh you speak.
Peter Smith............... .................... ....what a load of tosh you speak. stfcdod
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9:27am Wed 26 Mar 14

LordAshOfTheBrake says...

All these striking teachers should be on the picket lines. Any of them that aren't clearly don't fully support the strike action.....!
All these striking teachers should be on the picket lines. Any of them that aren't clearly don't fully support the strike action.....! LordAshOfTheBrake
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10:29am Wed 26 Mar 14

house on the hill says...

I think a lot of people would gladly swap their current pay, pension and conditions to match those of teachers. They are sadly just behind the times, all of the private sector has tightened their belts, cut pay rises and closed their final salary pension schemes ages ago. Even on their current terms they are much better off than most and still they complain. Sorry no sympathy.
I think a lot of people would gladly swap their current pay, pension and conditions to match those of teachers. They are sadly just behind the times, all of the private sector has tightened their belts, cut pay rises and closed their final salary pension schemes ages ago. Even on their current terms they are much better off than most and still they complain. Sorry no sympathy. house on the hill
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10:32am Wed 26 Mar 14

stfcdod says...

Does anyone know what percentage of teachers actually voted and how many of those that did, voted for strike action.
Hardly any of my colleagues voted and only a couple wanted strike action.
This is no more than a false crusade by the union lefties who are desperate for a left wing government.
Does anyone know what percentage of teachers actually voted and how many of those that did, voted for strike action. Hardly any of my colleagues voted and only a couple wanted strike action. This is no more than a false crusade by the union lefties who are desperate for a left wing government. stfcdod
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10:57am Wed 26 Mar 14

trolley dolley says...

"stfcdod",

If you are right in what you say then teachers should have the courage to defy the union.

It is obvious that they have neither the courage or inclination to do so.

this is all about how much they can get out of the Government. I hope the Government play them at their own game.
"stfcdod", If you are right in what you say then teachers should have the courage to defy the union. It is obvious that they have neither the courage or inclination to do so. this is all about how much they can get out of the Government. I hope the Government play them at their own game. trolley dolley
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11:03am Wed 26 Mar 14

LordAshOfTheBrake says...

stfcdod wrote:
Does anyone know what percentage of teachers actually voted and how many of those that did, voted for strike action.
Hardly any of my colleagues voted and only a couple wanted strike action.
This is no more than a false crusade by the union lefties who are desperate for a left wing government.
When you say didn't vote, do you mean they didn't vote for a strike or do you mean they didn't vote at all?
[quote][p][bold]stfcdod[/bold] wrote: Does anyone know what percentage of teachers actually voted and how many of those that did, voted for strike action. Hardly any of my colleagues voted and only a couple wanted strike action. This is no more than a false crusade by the union lefties who are desperate for a left wing government.[/p][/quote]When you say didn't vote, do you mean they didn't vote for a strike or do you mean they didn't vote at all? LordAshOfTheBrake
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12:14pm Wed 26 Mar 14

stfcdod says...

trolley dolley wrote:
"stfcdod",

If you are right in what you say then teachers should have the courage to defy the union.

It is obvious that they have neither the courage or inclination to do so.

this is all about how much they can get out of the Government. I hope the Government play them at their own game.
TD....whilst I agree with your last sentence it will be interesting to see how many of us have defied the strike call. I think the union will be very dismayed but no doubt will put a positive spin on the figures. Luddites.
[quote][p][bold]trolley dolley[/bold] wrote: "stfcdod", If you are right in what you say then teachers should have the courage to defy the union. It is obvious that they have neither the courage or inclination to do so. this is all about how much they can get out of the Government. I hope the Government play them at their own game.[/p][/quote]TD....whilst I agree with your last sentence it will be interesting to see how many of us have defied the strike call. I think the union will be very dismayed but no doubt will put a positive spin on the figures. Luddites. stfcdod
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12:17pm Wed 26 Mar 14

stfcdod says...

LordAshOfTheBrake wrote:
stfcdod wrote:
Does anyone know what percentage of teachers actually voted and how many of those that did, voted for strike action.
Hardly any of my colleagues voted and only a couple wanted strike action.
This is no more than a false crusade by the union lefties who are desperate for a left wing government.
When you say didn't vote, do you mean they didn't vote for a strike or do you mean they didn't vote at all?
Does anyone know what percentage of teachers actually voted.............an
d of those that did vote, what was the percentage in favour of strike action?
I hope that's a little clearer.
[quote][p][bold]LordAshOfTheBrake[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]stfcdod[/bold] wrote: Does anyone know what percentage of teachers actually voted and how many of those that did, voted for strike action. Hardly any of my colleagues voted and only a couple wanted strike action. This is no more than a false crusade by the union lefties who are desperate for a left wing government.[/p][/quote]When you say didn't vote, do you mean they didn't vote for a strike or do you mean they didn't vote at all?[/p][/quote]Does anyone know what percentage of teachers actually voted.............an d of those that did vote, what was the percentage in favour of strike action? I hope that's a little clearer. stfcdod
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9:47pm Wed 26 Mar 14

Mr_Stig says...

Whining Civvies! Defending the education of kids to come, my a@&e they need to get in the real and accept the salaries and working benefits of the past have gone! Everyone has to work longer and harder! Just crack on with it
Whining Civvies! Defending the education of kids to come, my a@&e they need to get in the real and accept the salaries and working benefits of the past have gone! Everyone has to work longer and harder! Just crack on with it Mr_Stig
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