Unions hold fire on Tata Steel pension dispute

Michael Klimes

Four trade unions have temporarily suspended industrial action in a dispute over pensions with Tata Steel.

This comes after the company approached the Advisory, Conciliation and Arbitration Service (ACAS) to resolve its dispute with workers from Unite, Community, GMB and Ucatt. Staff decided to walk ...

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