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Jobs saved as strike off

Academics have voted to suspend possible industrial action which could have threatened students' graduations this summer.

The Association of University Teachers' annual conference in Scarborough last week decided a new offer from employers should be put to members in a ballot.

If the AUT had staged strikes and a marking boycott over a new pay package, thousands of would-be teachers could have been left without jobs in September as a result of the strike.

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