Teaching assistants, cleaners and caretakers travelled to Westminster this week to lobby MPs over the abolition of the School Support Staff Negotiating Body. Set up by Labour to devise a fairer pay structure, the body is due to be axed in the new Education Bill. Christina McAnea, Unison's head of education, said: "Scrapping the SSSNB is a huge backwards step."
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