UK gas strike prolonged

A number of employees with British Gas have decided to prolong a strike by five days due to dissatisfaction with pay cuts.

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British Gas, a subsidiary of Centrica, has proposed a pay cut for its employees, which has generated major dissatisfaction among staff.

All the company's members of trade union GMB have now chosen to prolong an ongoing strike by another five days, after engineers at British Gas have already held a five-day strike, the union informs on its website.

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