PCS general secretary Mark Serwotka has defended the unions decision to strike the day before the Opening Ceremony of the Olympics, saying he does not accept that the strike will disrupt the Olympics.
Speaking to ITV News Political Correspondent Lucy Manning, Mr Serwotka said, "the issue here is not one day of disruption at Heathrow, it is the complete wreckage of this service which this Government is presiding over."
Home Office job adverts would appear to show that unions 'won' the dispute, but Damian Green denies there are any new jobs.
The Public and Commercial Services Union (PCS) has cancelled plans to strike tomorrow - the day before the Olympic Opening Ceremony.
The Government is considering court action to prevent a planned strike by Border Agency staff on the eve of the Olympics.