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No resolution to nurses’ strike


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No resolution to nurses’ strike
Head of the Unity Workers’ Union (UWU), Caswell Franklyn. (FILE)

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There has been no deal between Government and Unity Workers’ Union to end the more than two-week nurses’ strike.

General secretary Senator Caswell Franklyn said yesterday no one had not reached out to his union.

“There has been no official word from Government about anything,” he told the MIDWEEK NATION.

On Monday, Franklyn said the strike would end once the deal Government proposed that day with the Barbados Nurses’ Association was to the satisfaction of his members. However, he said this did not occur. (CA)

 

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