Postal workers on the Isle of Man are walking out for a second day in a row over pay and conditions.
Communication Workers' Union members voted by 93% for the action.
The Manx Government says it's disappointed that the walkout coincides with the post office's busiest time of the year.
It means postal workers will walk out on strike for a second day on FridayRead the full story ›
Postal workers on the Isle of Man are to walk out on strike.Read the full story ›
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Up to 80 workers at Liverpool John Lennon Airport are expected to take part in a 12 hour strike. Its the latest in a series of walkouts over pay. Organised by the GMB union it includes those in aviation rescue and fire fighting services, the control room, engineering and driver operations, and bird control.
Hundreds of paramedics at the North West Ambulance Service are on strike across the region in a dispute with their employers.
The GMB union is demanding an independent investigation into a delayed job grading scheme. The action though has been condemned by management.
Ralph Blunsom reports: