Bus firm First Aberdeen makes fresh pay offer to Unite

Bus company First Aberdeen has made a revised offer to the Unite union in a bid to settle a dispute over pay.

The move followed two days of talks with the conciliation service Acas, which took place after a new pay deal was turned down by drivers and cleaners who are members of the union.

First said Unite had agreed to put the revised offer to its members.

The bus firm said a decision was expected later this month.

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