Latest round of Liverpool strikes cancelled as agreement is reached
Further strikes at the Port of Liverpool have been cancelled as unions reach provisional agreement
The latest round of strikes at the Port of Liverpool, scheduled to begin on 14th November, have been cancelled as Peel Ports and trade union leaders have reached a basic provisional agreement over pay increases.
The main union group made up of around 600 members will vote on the revised offer of pay on Thursday, 10th November, however, deals for engineers, Terminal 2 controllers and those working in some other areas of the port are yet to reach a basic level of agreement.
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