Labour party members and Councillors have joined the CWU picket line in support of the strike demanding fair wage increases for workers. BT have imposed a pay cut and is refusing to negotiate with the CWU. BT made 1.2 billion profit last year and 409 million in the first quarter of this year so can well afford to give an above inflation pay rise.
BT CEO Phillip Hanson has had a 32% Pay rise.
Below are the details for Monday 1st August at 7.00 am if anyone would like to support this action.