Heads back strike ballot

13th May 2011 at 01:00

Headteachers have voted to stage a ballot on whether to strike over planned changes to their pensions. The move was backed by 99.6 per cent of 350 delegates at the National Association of Head Teachers at their annual conference in Brighton. Thousands of schools in England and Wales could be affected in what would be the union's first national strike.

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