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Fuel drivers' dispute: What happens next?

The Unite union will meet next week to discuss a proposed deal aimed at ending the fuel tanker drivers' dispute.

The deal was tabled on Friday following six days of talks between the union and officials from six distribution firms.

About 60 union representatives from across the country will discuss its terms, and have until Friday to accept the proposals or announce a strike.

Nick Dennis, from Unite, explained the process to BBC Breakfast, and spoke out against the government's conduct in the ongoing dispute.

  • 14 Apr 2012
  • From the section UK
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