Diana Holland, Assistant General Secretary, Unite
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Fuel tanker strike talks reach deal

Members of the Unite trade union say they will put a deal to their members which could avert a strike by fuel tanker drivers.

The union has been holding talks with fuel distributors at the conciliatory body, ACAS, to resolve a row over issues including pay and safety concerns.

The threat of a strike caused panic buying at petrol stations last month.

Diana Holland, Assistant General Secretary of Unite said it will put a possible deal to its members next week.

  • 13 Apr 2012
  • From the section UK
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