Security workers at London Heathrow Airport are to go on strike again in May for eight days. The 1,400 workers, who went on strike around Easter, want a pay increase and called on the airport’s management to “return to the negotiating table”. “Our members have been crystal clear they are seeking a substantial permanent increase in pay. A small one off lump sum payment will not alleviate the financial pressures our members are facing on a daily basis,” said Wayne King, regional co-ordinator with Unite, the workers’ trade union, which criticised the airport over the awarding of a 88% pay
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