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Camden CEOs strike over pay

More than 160 civil enforcement officers (CEOs) went on a 48-hour strike over pay in the London Borough of Camden on 11-12 July. The CEOs, who are members of Unison, are seeking a 30% pay increase.

Their employer, NSL group, has offered a 10% increase over three years. The CEOs are paid an hourly rate of £8.09, which is 21p below the ‘London Living Wage’ promoted by London mayor Boris Johnson. In a letter to the workers, NSL said the demands would cost the company £1.7m...

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