Everybody out! (ctd.)

April 22 2015

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Picture: TAN

Yet more strikes at the National Gallery in London. Not content with holding 17 days of strike action this year already, the PCS union at the National will be on strike until 24th April. Much of the gallery is therefore shut.

The Art Newspaper report of the strike tells us, however, that the Sainsbury Wing remains open, because it is already under the supervision of CIS, the private form who have been brough in to cover security in temporary exhibitions.

The picture above shows Candy Udwin, the PCS union representative who was suspended by the Gallery last year. I think I can also see my troll in the photo above (the one who said I was liar for stating that staff at the Gallery have been on quite a few strikes recently). Udwin strikesMore here

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