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Union halts Olympic strike

The Public and Commercial Services Union (PCS) General Secretary Mark Serwotka, has said the union has scrapped plans for Border Agency staff to hold a one-day strike.

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Labour: 'Nobody wants to see the Olympics disrupted'

The Shadow Home Secretary Yvette Cooper has commented on the news that a strike by Border Agency staff planned for tomorrow has been called off:

As Ed Miliband has made clear, nobody wants to see the Olympics disrupted.So it is welcome that there will now be no strike at the borders this week.

Everyone wants to see a successful Olympic Games and the whole country is now pulling together to make that a reality.

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