Refuse workers in a London borough have vowed to continue the battle to reinstate four colleagues sacked for allegedly taking a tip.
Bromley members of the Unite union promised today to fight "for as long as it takes" after a mass walkout on Thursday against employer Veolia Environmental Services.
The union said it would begin balloting its 120 members at Veolia, with strikes affecting household rubbish collection across the borough.
Regional officer Onay Kasab said he was proud to back such solidarity.
"Our members have a very clear message to Veolia bosses - reinstate the four or we will strike for as long as it takes to get the men their jobs back."
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