Jersey teachers strike

19th February 2010 at 00:00

The image of Jersey as a comfortably-off tax haven has taken a knock as the island's three main teaching unions announced plans to hold strike ballots, after mediation talks broke down last month. The move is in protest at teachers' pay being frozen as the authorities struggle to cope with a pound;50 million public spending deficit.

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