Nov 30, 2022
Eurostar security staff to strike in run-up to Christmas
Security staff who work on the Eurostar train service are to strike for four days in the run-up to Christmas in a dispute over pay. The BBC has contacted Eurostar for comment but the union said the strike would "Severely affect" services. More than 100 security staff employed by facilities management company Mitie are due to walk out. RMT general secretary Mick Lynch said the security staff were "Essential" to the running of Eurostar, and "It is disgraceful they are not being paid a decent wage". The RMT has announced strikes on on Network Rail and 14 train companies on 13-14 December 16-17 December, 3-4 January and 6-7 January.
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