A "strikes summit" was being held on the Isle of Man today between bus drivers and Unite union leaders to work out new dates for action over the next three months, writes Tony Patey.
They have been locked in a bitter long-running dispute with the island's government-owned Bus Vannin over new terms and conditions being imposed leading to wage cuts.
Unite is calling for talks with Bus Vannin management and the DCCL with an independent third party chair for binding arbitration to resolve the dispute.
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