Heathrow Unite members took another day of strike action today (February 5) in addition to the four days of strike action they took in December. More strikes are planned for February 9, 13, 16 and 18.
The strike is a direct result of Heathrow Airport Limited’s decision to brutally fire and rehire its workforce, with workers experiencing permanent pay cuts of up to 25 per cent, or £8,000 a year.
Unite regional officer Wayne King explains why the dispute between Unite’s members at Heathrow Airport and HAL still persists in an interview with LBC News earlier this week. Find out more in the clip below:
Clip compiled by Martin Scanlon