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Bus drivers and staff of Arriva North West are to strike for nine days in December, says BBC. The planned strike is due to a continued dispute over pay.

Arriva North West operates services in Greater Manchester, Merseyside (Liverpool), Lancashire and Cheshire. Bus services in the region will be affected on December 4, 7, 12, 13, 14, 20, 21 and 23 when members of the Unite and GMB unions will stage a walk out.

The planned strike follows similar industrial action in October and November and will be preceded by walkouts on November 20 and 27.


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