One-day teacher strike threat spells chaos for London pupils

1st November 2002 at 00:00
PARENTS and pupils in London are bracing themselves for a one-day teaching strike after members of the country's two largest unions voted in support of a stoppage on November 26. The National Association of Schoolmasters Union of Women Teachers and the National Union of Teachers will strike in their campaign to raise cost-of-living allowances in London by at least a third to pound;6,000. Support for the strike was backed by 57 per cent of NASUWT members and 81 per cent of NUT members.

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