'Ethical responsibility' | First UK firm using new 'strike-breaker' law faces an early setback

First UK firm using new 'strike-breaker' law faces an early setback

A school has become one of the first workplaces in Britain to utilise recently-passed laws that allow the use of agency workers to fill for striking staff.

Multiple publications have reported that temporary staff have been brought in to break a strike at Drapers’ Pyrgo primary in London. Around 10 staff are said to be staging the walkout in protest against cuts to their wages and working hours.

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