First Aberdeen bus pay talks fail to find agreement

Talks in the First Aberdeen bus pay dispute have failed to resolve the issue.

Workers at the company earlier voted overwhelmingly to reject the latest wage offer from management.

Management and the Unite union have agreed to resume talks once the outcome of a ballot of members is known.

The result of the ballot, which will ask members if they are prepared to take part in strike action, will be announced on 6 December.

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