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This isn't usual, or the biggest walkout in decades. It all depends on whether a deal can be done over the public set of pension's row that's been going on for months. With the threat of strike action on November 30th now eminent, the government called union leaders into Whitehall to hear the latest offer.

We hope there is significant improvement on what the government offered so far across paying more, getting less, working longer, xx progress, all those things, We've been waiting all sumer. There is some decent movement. Let's hope to see some today.

And here is what the government offered.

A teacher retiring on 37,800 pounds, currently receives 19,100 a year. The latest offer would increase that to 25,200. A nurse retiring on 34,200 pounds, currently expects pension at 17,300, that would go up to 22,800. It's also agreed that there will be any changes for any one within 10 years of retirement. But in return, workers will have to pay around 3 percent more in annual contributions. And by 2020, the retirement age will rise to 66 years old.

At the end of these reforms, public sector pensions will still be among the very best available, much better than those available to most people in the private sector who have no chance of enjoying these pensions.

That's not enough for the unions who emerge to declare it wasn't good enough.

Unions will engage intensively in the coming weeks. But unless until further real progress is made in those negotiations and acceptable offers are made, unions remain firmly committed to continue in that preparations for that planned day of action on November 30th.

The TUC knows that its members of fire fighters, nurses and teachers embody in the statue outside its HQ, are widely valued by the society they serve. But the government's piling on the pressure by making its offer public, keening to stress what's now on the table would cost someone in the private sector a third of their income.

The minister leading the negotiations insisting there was no more room for maneuver.

I would say this is the best that we are gonna get. And I think that, you know, we got a balance for something which is affordable to the tax payer, generously, the public sector worker. And I hope that Trade Unions will engage in order to achieve an agreement around that.

Like other unions, the GMB's still urging its members to vote in favor of a strike. The government's now appealing directly to workers to reconsider. But if ballot results due as soon as Thursday, its offer could be too little, too late.
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Business as usual, or the biggest walkout in decades? It all depends on whether a deal can be done over public sector pensions up that has been going on for months. With the threat of strike action on November 30th now imminent, the government called Union leaders into white hall to hear the latest offer.

“We hope for a significant improvement on what the government has offered so far, across paying more, getting less, working longer, * progress…all those things we have been waiting all summer for some recent movement we hope for some today. "

And here’s what the government offered.A teacher retiring on £37,800 currently receives 19,100 a year. The latest offer would increase that to 25,200. A nurse retiring on £34,200 currently expects a pension of 17,300. That will go up to 22,800. It’s also agreed that there will be any changes for anyone within ten years of retirement. But in return workers will have to pay around 3.2% more in annual contributions, and by 2020 the retirement age will rise to 66 years old.

At the end of these reforms, public sector pensions will still be among the very best available much better than those available to most people in the private sector you have no chance of enjoying these pensions. That’s not enough for the yearly in merge to declare it wasn’t good enough.

“Unions will engage intensively in the coming weeks, but unless until further real progress is made in those negotiations and acceptable offers are made, Unions remain firmly committed to continuing their preparations for the planned day of action on November 30th.”

The TUC knows that its members the firefighters, nurses and teachers embodied in the statute embodied outside its HQ are widely valued by society they serve. But the government piling on the pressure by making its offer public keen to stress what’s now on the table, because someone in the private sector affirmed their income.
The minister leading this negotiations insisting there was no room for maneuver.

“I would say it is the best we are going to get, and I think that you know we got a bound which is affordable to tax payer generous to public sector worker. And I hope the trades unions will engage in order to achieve an agreement, a run out.”

Like other unions the GMB are still urging its members to vote in favor of a strike. The governments are now appealing to workers to reconsider but with barely results as soon as Thursday. Its offer could be too little, too late.
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This is the usual or the biggest walkout in decades. It all depends on whether the deal can be done over the public sector pension * that has been going on for months. With the threat of strike action on November 30th imminent, the government *leads * to hear the latest offer.

I hope * the significant improvement so far. Of course, paying more, getting less, working longer, progress * movement * that we see some today

And here is what government offered.

A teacher retiring on 13,700, currently receives 19, 100 a year. The latest offer will increase that to 25,200.

A nurse retiring on 34, 200 pounds, currently expected pension of 17,300. That would go up to 32,800.

It’s also agreed that that would be any changes for any change within 10 years at retirement. But in return, workers will have to pay around 3.3 % more in annual contributions. And by 2020, the retirement age will rise to 66 years old.

At the end of this reforms, public sector pensions will still be among the very best available, much better than those available to most people in the private sector that you have no chance enjoy this pension.

That was not enough for the union to emerge the claim, that wasn’t good enough

Union will engage intensively in the coming weeks. But unless until further, real progress is made in those negotiations and acceptable offers are made, Unions remain firmly committed to continuing that preparation for the plan of day action on November 30th.

The tin you see is*members firefighters, teachers, nurses in body of starch outside * are widely valued by the society they serve. But the governments
*to the pressure by making it public keen to stress that what’s now on the table will cost some one in private sector a third of their income.


The *leading the negotiation insisting there is no more room for moreover.

I would say this is the best we are gonna get. And I think * bound affordable to the taxpayers, generally . And I hope the trade union will engage in order to achieve an agreement around that.

*is members to vote in favor of the strike. The government is now appealing directly to workers to reconsider. But
*the Thursday, this offer could be too little, too late.
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homework:
This is a usual or the biggest walk out on decades. It all depends on whether a deal can be done over the public sector pensions run that has been going on for months.
  With the threat of strike action on November 30th now imminent, the government called Union leaders then to White Hall to hear the latest offer.
  "We haven’t heard the significant improvement the local government offers so far, um...across paying more, getting less, working longer. We haven't seen progress of all of those things, we have been waiting all summer, for some days of movements, let's hope to see something today.
   And here is what the government offered: A teacher retiring on 37,800pounds,currently you will save 19,100pounds a year, the latest offer would increase that to 25,200pounds.A nurse retiring on 34,200pounds,currently expects the pension of 17,300pounds,that will go up to 22,800pounds.It's also agreed there'll be any changes for anyone within 10 years of retirement. But in return, workers have to pay around 3.2% more in annual contributions. And by 2020, their retirement age will rise to 66 years old.
  At the end of these reforms, public sector pensions will still be among the very best available much better than those available to most people in the private sector. They have no chance of enjoying these pensions.
  That's not enough for the unions to emerge to declare .It wasn't good enough. "Union will engage intensively in the coming weeks. But unless until further, real progress is made in those negotiations and acceptable offers are made. Union’s remain firmly committed to continue their preparations for the planned direction on November 30th.
  The TUC notes that it is members, the firefighters, nurses and teachers embodied in their statue outside, the HQ, are widely valued by the society they serve. But the governments piling on  the pressure by making its offer public, keens to stress that what's now on the table, recall  someone in the private sector 1/3 their income.
  The minister leading the negotiations insisting there is no more room for a newer.
  I would say this is the best that we gonna get, and I think that, you know, we called a balance if something we should  affordable to the taxpayer, generous for the public sector worker. And I hope that trade unions will engage, you know, in order to achieve an agreement around that.
  Like other Unions, the GMB still urge its members to vote in favor of strike. The government now is appealing directly to workers to reconsider, but with ballot with owes dues **on Thursday, its offer could be too little, too late.
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bz is usual all the biggest workout in decades. it all depends on whether a deal can be done over the public secter pensions xxx that is going on for months
with the threat strike actually on november the 13th now imminentthe gvn call junior leaders into white house  to hear the latest offer.
improvement what we got so far and pay more and getting less working longer. the program is about all those things.
you can wait somewhat. this is recent movement. they said xxx today.
and here is what the gvn offered
a teacher retiring at 37800 pounds, currently receives 19100 a year, the latest offer would increase that to 25200
a nurse retiring on 34200 pounds. current expected pension is 17300, that will go up to 22800.
it would also agree there will be any changes for anyone in ten years of retirement.
but in return workers will have to pay around 3.2% more in annual contributions and by 2020, the retirement age will arise to 66 years old.
at the end of this reform, public sector pensions will still be among the very best available, much better than those available to most people in the private sector. there has no chance to enjoy in this pensions.
that's not enough for union to emerge the declare. it was not good enough.
union will engage intensively in the coming weeks but unless until further real progress is made in those negociations to an acceptable offers are made. unions remain firmly commited to continue in their preparations for the plan direction on nov 13th
the TUC notice members fir fighters, nurses and teachers are bodied in the statue outside is said cute the wild value by the society they serve.
but the gvn are highly on the pressure by making on public, xxx stress what's on the table recalls someone on private sector a third their income.
the minister leading a negociation insisiting there's no more room for maneuver
i would say the best we are gonna get and i think we are gonna a balance affordable to the tax payer, generally sector worker. i hope trade unions will engage in order to reach an agreement at that
the unions, GMBstill urging its member in favor of strike. the gvn is now appealing directly to workers to reconsider
but the bailout thursday its offer could be too little, too late
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[Homework]2011-11-26 公会大罢工拒不妥协

This is unusual or the biggest walk out in decades. It all depends on whether a deal can be done over the public sector pensions row that's been going on for months. With the threat of strike action on November the 30th now imminent, the government called union leaders into Whitehall to hear the latest offer.
We haven't heard significant improvement on what the government offers so far, across paying more, getting less, working longer. We hadn't seen progress all those thing. We've been waiting all summer for some * movement. Let's hope to see some today.
And here is what the government offered: a teacher retiring on 37,800 pounds currently receives 19,100 a year. The latest offer will increase that to 25,200. A nurse retiring on 34,200 pounds, currently expect a pension of 17,300, that will go up to 22,800. It's also agreed there will be any changes for anyone within 10 years of retirement. But in return workers will have to pay around 3.2% more in annual contributions. And by 2020 the retirement age will rise to 66 years old.
At the end of these reforms, public sector pensions will still be among the very best available, much better than those available to most people. And the private sector, you have no chance of enjoying these pensions.
That's not enough for the union to emerge to declare it wasn't good enough.
Union will engage intensively in the coming weeks. But unless and until further real progress is made in those negotiations and acceptable offers are made, unions remain firmly committed to continuing that preparations for the planned day of action on November the 30th.
The TUC knows that its members the firefighters, nurses and teachers embodied in the statue outside its HQ are widely valued by the society they serve. But the government's piling on the pressure by making its offer public keens to stress the what's now on the table will cause someone in the private sactor a thrid of their income.
The minister leading the negotiations insisting there was no more room for manoeruvre.
I would said it is the best that we're gonna get. And I think that, you know, we've got a balance for something which is affortable to the tax payer generous to the public sector worker. And I hope that the trade unions will engage in order to achieve agreements around that.
Like other unions, the GMB is still urging its member to vote in favour of a strike. The government is now appealing directly to workers to reconsider, but with ballot results due assumed as Thursday, its offer could be too little, too late.

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This isn't usual, or the biggest walkout in decades. It all depends on whether a deal can be done over a public sector pensions roar, that's been going on for months. With the threat of strike action on November the 30th, now imminent, the government called union leaders into the Whitehall to hear the latest offer.

“We haven't heard significant improvements among the government offers so far, across paying more, getting less, working longer, we haven't seen progress of all those things, we’ve been waiting all summer for some big movement. Let's hope we can see some today.”

And here's what the government offered: a teacher retiring on £37,800 currently receives £19,100 a year, the latest offer would increase that to 25,200; a nurse retiring on £34,200, currently expects a pension of 17,300, that would go up to 22,800. It's also agreed there won’t be any changes for anyone within ten years of retirement. But in return, workers will have to pay around 3.2% more in annual contributions. And by 2020, the retirement age will raise to 66 years old.

“At the end of these reforms, public sector pensions will still be among the very best available, much better than those available to most people in the private sector who have no chance of enjoying these pensions.”

That's not enough for the unions to emerge to declare it wasn't good enough.

“Unions will engage intensively, in the coming weeks. But unless until further real progress is made in those negotiations and acceptable offers are made, unions remain firmly committed to continue in that preparations for the planned day of action on November the 30th.”

The TUC knows that its members, the firefighters, nurses and teachers embodied in the stature outside of its HQ, are widely valued by the society they serve. But the government's piling on the pressure by making its offer public, keen to stress that what's now on the table will cost someone in the private sector a third of their income.

The minister leading the negotiations insisting there is no more room for maneuver.

“I would say it's the best that we are gonna get, and I think that, you know, we've got a balance with something which is affordable to the tax payer, generous to the public sector worker. And I hope that the trade unions will engage in order to achieve an agreement around that.”

Like other unions, the GMB’s still urges its members to vote in favor of a strike. The government now is appealing directly to workers to reconsider, but with bad results, due assume as Thursday, its offer could be too little, too late.
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HOMEWORK

This isn't usual, or the biggest walkout in decades. It all depends on whether a deal can be done over a public sector pensions roar, that's been going on for months. With the threat of strike action on November the 30th, now imminent, the government called union leaders into the Whitehall to hear the latest offer.

“We haven't heard significant improvements among the government offers so far, across paying more, getting less, working longer, we haven't seen progress of all those things, we’ve been waiting all summer for some big movement. Let's hope we can see some today.”

And here's what the government offered: a teacher retiring on £37,800 currently receives £19,100 a year, the latest offer would increase that to 25,200; a nurse retiring on £34,200, currently expects a pension of 17,300, that would go up to 22,800. It's also agreed there won’t be any changes for anyone within ten years of retirement. But in return, workers will have to pay around 3.2% more in annual contributions. And by 2020, the retirement age will raise to 66 years old.

“At the end of these reforms, public sector pensions will still be among the very best available, much better than those available to most people in the private sector who have no chance of enjoying these pensions.”

That's not enough for the unions to emerge to declare it wasn't good enough.

“Unions will engage intensively, in the coming weeks. But unless until further real progress is made in those negotiations and acceptable offers are made, unions remain firmly committed to continue in that preparations for the planned day of action on November the 30th.”

The TUC knows that its members, the firefighters, nurses and teachers embodied in the stature outside of its HQ, are widely valued by the society they serve. But the government's piling on the pressure by making its offer public, keen to stress that what's now on the table will cost someone in the private sector a third of their income.

The minister leading the negotiations insisting there is no more room for maneuver.

“I would say it's the best that we are gonna get, and I think that, you know, we've got a balance with something which is affordable to the tax payer, generous to the public sector worker. And I hope that the trade unions will engage in order to achieve an agreement around that.”

Like other unions, the GMB’s still urges its members to vote in favor of a strike. The government now is appealing directly to workers to reconsider, but with bad results, due assume as Thursday, its offer could be too little, too late.
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