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Bus drivers call strike

Bus drivers call strike
London bus drivers have voted for strike action after a row over bonuses for working in this summer’s Olympics. No dates have been set for the strike yet.

A 40% turnout of Unite union members, who had been holding out for a £500 bonus, resulted in a 94% vote in favour of a strike.

The Conservative Party's Co-Chair Baroness Warsi responded to the news by claiming Unite leader Len McCluskey was 'clearly hell-bent on ruining the Olympics.'

She added: "Unite are Labour's biggest donor. Ed Miliband should put the national interest first and get them to call off this damaging and irresponsible strike."

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