First Aberdeen bus pay dispute heading to Acas

Talks between bus company First Aberdeen and union leaders are due to take place at conciliation service Acas next month in a bid to settle a dispute over pay.

The Unite union is due to ballot about 400 staff - including drivers - on industrial action.

First has said the offer is fair and urged the union not to disrupt passengers in the run-up to Christmas.

Both sides will meet with Acas on 1 November.

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