» Wednesday, April 23, 2008


Asked for the Prime Minister’s message to teachers who were intending to strike tomorrow, the PMS replied that the Prime Minister’s view on this, as made clear yesterday, was that it was unacceptable that parents should be inconvenienced in this way. There had been a recommendation from the Independent Pay Review Body, which the Government accepted but had not been accepted by one of the unions. Therefore, in the Prime Minister’s view this strike was not necessary and it was regrettable that parents were being inconvenienced in this way.

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