"There's clearly going to be a further cut in the grant that Scotland gets to fund some of the the things the Scottish Government wants to do.
"That's going to hit our workers even harder than we've already been hit.
"There's been two years of pay freezes and our members have had enough."
More top news
More than 1000 mental health patients in Scotland have been sent to other health boards for treatment in the past three years.
A robber who blew up a Langholm cash machine has been jailed for more than 10 years.
A £7million project to make the A66 at Bassenthwaite Lake in Cumbria more flood resilient has been completed this week.