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Firefighters start series of walk outs

There's a warning to all of us for vigilance over the weekend, after firefighters began 3 days of strike action, leaving many areas with only basic cover.

It's the latest action in a long-running dispute over retirement age, pensions and a new fitness test. Fire services say emergencies will beattended.

Click below to watch our report from Russell Hookey

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Tube staff strike in London

Commuters travelling to London are facing long delays today and tomorrow as RMT staff go on strike.

The 48-hour walk-out will affect London's tube network until late on Wednesday.

The action is being taken over plans to to close manned ticket offices at stations in the capital.

For more information on the strike, click here.

Teachers on the march across the region

There was an impromptu day off school for many children in our region and an extra complication for working parents.

Many schools across the east were either closed completely today, or were open with just a few classes running, as teachers went on strike in a row over pay, workload and pension deals.

Click below to watch Tanya Mercer's report for the east of the ITV Anglia region

Teachers go on the march across the region

There was an impromptu day off school for many children in our region and an extra complication for working parents.

Many schools across the east were either closed completely today, or were open with just a few classes running, as teachers went on strike in a row over pay, workload and pension deals.

Click below to watch Elodie Harper's report for the west of the ITV Anglia Region

Pictures from the Cambridge NUT rally

Members of the NUT who are on strike in a dispute over pay and conditions held a rally in Cambridge today

Cambridge NUT Rally Credit: Elodie Harper, ITV Anglia
Cambridge teacher rally Credit: Elodie Harper, ITV Anglia
Teachers in Cambridge Credit: Elodie Harper, ITV Anglia
A large turn out in Cambridge Credit: Elodie Harper, ITV Anglia
NUT members in Cambridge make their feelings known Credit: Elodie Harper, ITV Anglia

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Teachers to go on strike

Parents face uncertainty as another teachers' strike looms. The National Union of Teachers is set to take action over pay and conditions in the first national strike since 2008.

But with teachers not having to give advance warning over whether they'll take part, some parents may not find out if their school is affected until tomorrow morning.

Click below to watch a report by ITV Anglia's Elodie Harper

Region prepares for fire strike

The region is preparing for a strike by members of the fire service. Credit: ITV News Anglia

Contingency plans are being put in place across the Anglia region as firefighters prepare to take part in a four hour nationwide strike.

It's in a row over pension plans.

Emergency calls will still be answered but there may be no response between 12pm and 4pm to calls about things like gas leaks and flooding.

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