Unilever workers to strike tomorrow

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Unilever employees will go on strike for the first time in the company's history tomorrow in protest against changes to their defined benefit pension scheme.

Unite said more than 2,500 workers at sites across the country would join picket lines from 7am to challenge the "unjustified attack on their pensions". They will be joined by GMB and Usdaw members...

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