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作者: qingchengshan    时间: 2013-10-5 07:57     标题: 2013-10-05 英国消防员罢工以抗议退休年龄延后至60岁

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Firefighters Go On Strike In Row Over Pensions


Firefighters stage the first national stoppage in more than 10 years in protest at plans to make them work until they are 60.

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作者: li3360065    时间: 2013-10-5 11:49     标题: [Homework]2013-10-05 英国消防员罢工以抗议退休年龄延后至60岁

it's been a decade since the fire fighters last walked out.the fire xxx union wants to propose chages remain firefighters have to work longer and pay more into their pensions.yet receive less in the txxx .80 percent of union members walked out ,here in the M.two generations of firefighters stood side by side.and David Pet and S J,believe that they are lose out into the changes,which they say could see them happy to work until their sixties.it is a sing for the members in public.i have been doing the job over two decades and it takes xxx for me joins,and it is xxx ,it is all the xxx ,
it leads the firefighters blam D senor management,claimming that they are looking after themselves ledding the crews to suffer,this maybe a short strike xxx,but it has already costed its fairshare of the destruction.The fire union is threating more industry reaction if it doesn't get what it wants,the government will be perhaps quite worried,there will not one to return to the prolong industry reaction which they sold more than a decade ago.Back the army drove the xxx,xxx the union wanted  a forty percent pay rise,eventually the strike ended when they settled for less than half of that ,we do see this trike is totally on necessary,the union xxx thing that is F did not even least in their points,they maybe strike catching when xxx So it is not the xxx the strike catching.This time that training the strike records,some engage including L,hihger private contracts to stand in,the public those being warned that no emergency calls may not be answer.this four hours strike has taken place in the middle of the day,a way from the Rush hour when the fire services is businest,more destrucion is likely. The union describes it as a warning shut,,i think it is very clearly it is the least i can do in terms of strike catching,this will be a fair quit part of the war,the strike passed out withiout major incident,the two sides are now resumed the negotiations,if no one backs down,the firefighters say they will walk out for longer next time.

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作者: mintzoe    时间: 2013-10-5 18:00     标题: [Homework]2013-10-05 英国消防员罢工以抗议退休年龄延后至60岁

It's been a decade since the fire fighters last walked out. The fire brigade union wants to propose changes will mean fire fighters will have to work longer and pay more into their pensions, yet receive less in the time. 80 percent of the union members walked out. Here in the middle London, two generations of fire fighters stood side by side. David Pitt and his son David Junior believe that they are lose out into the changes, which they say could see them having to work into their 60s.

-We're here striking in response to that situation and give a bigger message out to the public that this is a site for fire fighters and this is a site for members of the public.
-I've been doing the job for over 2 decades, and it takes all upon your joints. And it's harder, harder and harder to do all the job.


In Leeds, fire fighters blame their senior management, claiming they are looking after themselves and leaving the crews to suffer.
-It may be a short strike in*, but it's already caused its fair share of destruction. The fire brigade union is threatening more industrial action if it doesn't get what it wants. The government will be perhaps quitely worried, but it will not return to the prolonged industrial action, which we saw more than a decade ago.
Back then, the army drove the engine g* policies. The union wanted a 40 percent pay rise. Eventually, the strike ended when they settled for less than half that.
-We do think this strike is totally unnecessary. The ** issued the same thing that the FBU did not even list in their points when they made the strike action with it, so that it's not part of the strike action.
This time they are training strike breakers. Some brigades, including London and S*, hire private contractors to stand in. The public of those being warned, but none of emergency calls may not be answered. This four-hour strike has taken place in the middle of the day, away from the rush hour, when the fire services are the busiest, more destruction is likely.
-The union described it as a warning shot. I think very clearer it is the least I could do in terms of strike action. This would be a fairly quite part of the war.
The strike passed off without major incident. The two sides will now resume negotiations. If no one backs down, the fire fighters say they will walk out for longer next time.
Mike Martin, Sky News, Leeds.

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作者: 徐欣玮    时间: 2013-10-6 08:51     标题: [Homework]2013-10-05 英国消防员罢工以抗议退休年龄延后至60岁

It's been a decade since the firefighters last walked out. The Fire Brigade Union wants to propose changes will mean firefighters will have to work longer and pay more into their pensions, yet receive less in retirement. Eighty percent of Union members walked out. Here in the Midlands two generations of firefighters stood side by side.
David Pitt and his son David Junior believe they are loosing out into the changes which they say could see them having to work into their sixties.
We are here striking in response to that situation to give a big message out to the public that this is a site for firefighters and this is a site for members of the public.
I've been giving the job for over two decades and it takes each time all upon your joints. And it's harder and harder, harder to do all the job.
In Leeds, firefighters blamed their senior management, claiming they were looking after themselves and leaving the crews to suffer.
This maybe a short strike induration but it has already caused its fair share of disruption. The Fire Brigage Union is threatening more industrial action if it doesn't get what it wants. The government will be perhaps quite worried that it will not want to return to the prolonged industrial action which we saw more than a decade ago.
Back then, the army drove the aging green goddesses, the Union wanted a 40% pay rise, eventually the strike ended when they settled for less than half that.
We do think the strike is totally unnecessary. The age issue is the certain thing that the FB did not even list in their points when they made the strike action went forward with it, so that's not part of the strike action.
This time they are training the strike breakers. Some brigades including London and Siri hired private contractors to stand in.The public bill be warned that none emergency calls may not be answered.This four-hour strike has taken place in the middle of the day, away from the rush hour when the fire service is busiest, more disruption is likely.
The Union described that it was a warning shot. I think very clearly is that the least thing they can do in terms of strike action, this will be fairly quite of the war.
The strike passed off without major incident. The two sides will now resume negotiations.If no one backs down, the firefighters say they will walk out for longer next time.

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作者: xingxingcamille    时间: 2013-10-7 09:45

HOMEWORK

It’s been a decade since the firefighters last walked out. The Fire Brigade Union warns proposed changes will mean firefighters will have to work longer and pay more into their pensions, yet receive less in the time. 80% of union members walked out. Here in the Midlands, two generations of firefighters stood side by side. David Pitt and his son David Junior believe they are lose out into the changes which they see could see them having to work into their 60s.

“We're here striking at Richmondshire fire station to give a big message out give out to the public that this is a sign for firefighters and this is a sign for members of the public.”

“I’ve been doing the job over two decades, and it takes its towel all upon your joints. And it’s harder and harder to do all the job.”

In Leeds, firefighters blame their senior management, claiming they were looking after themselves and leaving the crews to suffer.

“This may be a short strike in duration, but it’s already caused its fair share of disruption. The Fire Brigade Union is threatening more industrial action if it doesn’t get what it wants. The government will be perhaps quietly worried, but it will not want to return to the prolonged industrial action which we saw more than a decade to go.”

Back then, the army drove the aging green goddesses. The union wanted a 40% pay rise. Eventually the strike ended when they are settled for less than half that.

“We do think the strike is totally unnecessary. The age issue is something that the FBU did not even list in their points when they made the strike action went forward with it, so that is not the part of the strike action.”

This time, they are training the strike breakers. Some brigade including London and Surrey hired private contractors to stand in, the public though is still being warned that non-emergency calls may not be answered.

This four-hour strike has taken place in the middle of the day, away from the rush hour when the fire service is busiest. More disruption is likely.

“The union described it as a warning shot. And I think very clearly this is the least they could do in terms of strike action. This will be a fairly quiet part of the war.”

The strike passed off without major incident. The two sides will now resume the negotiations. If no one backs down, the firefighters say they will walk out for longer next time.

Nick Martin, Sky News, Leeds.
作者: dianyanmao    时间: 2013-10-7 11:01     标题: [Homework]2013-10-05 英国消防员罢工以抗议退休年龄延后至60岁

本帖最后由 dianyanmao 于 2013-10-7 11:04 编辑

It's been a decade since the firefighters' last walked out. The Fire Brigades Union wants to propose changes will mean firefighters will have to work longer and pay more into their pensions yet receive less in retirement. 80 percent union members work out, here in the Midlands two generations of firefighters stood side by side. David Pete and his son David Junior believe they'll lose out into the changes which they say could see them having to work to their 60s.We are here striking in response to Fire stations to give big message out to the **. This is unsafe for our firefighters and this is unsafe for members of the public.
I've been doing the job for over two decades, and it takes all upon your joins. It's harder and harder and harder for doing the job.
In Leeds, firefighters blame their senior management, claiming they are all looking after themselves and leaving the crews to suffer.
This may be a short strike in duration, but it's already caused its fair share of disruption. The Fire Brigades Union is threatening more industrial action if it doesn't get what it wants. Government will be perhaps quietly worried but it would not want to return to the prolonged industrial action which we saw more than a decade ago.
Back then, the army drove the engine green goddesses, the Union wanted a 40 percent pay rise. Eventually, the strike ended when they were settled for less than half of that.
We do think the strike is totally unnecessary. The age issue the same thing that the FBU did not even list in their points when they made the strike action went for with it, so that is not a part of the strike action. This time they are training the strike breaks. Some brigades including London and Surry hired private contractors to stand in. The public though is being warmed no emergency calls may not be answered.
This four-hour strike has taken place in the middle of the day way from the rush hour when the fire service is the busiest. More disruption is likely.
The Union describes it as a warning shot. I think very clearly is that the least that I can do in terms of strike action this will be a fairly quiet part of the war.
The strike passed off without major incident, the two sides will now resume negotiation. If no one backs down, the firefighters say they'll walk out for longer next time.

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作者: 苏库里尤    时间: 2013-10-7 15:54

Homework

It's been a decade since the firefighters last walked out. The Fire Brigade Union wants to propose changes will mean firefighters will have to work longer and pay more into their pensions, yet receive less in retirement. Eighty percent of Union members walked out. Here in the Midlands two generations of firefighters stood side by side.
David Pitt and his son David Jr. believe they are loosing out in the changes which they say could see them having to work into their sixties.
We are here striking in response to that situation to give a big message out to the public that this is a site for firefighters and this is a site for members of the public.
I've been giving the job for over two decades and it takesXXXXXXXX. It's harder and harder, harder to do all the job.
In Leeds, firefighters blamed their senior management, claiming they were looking after themselves and leaving the crews to suffer.
This maybe a short strike induration but it has already caused its fair share of disruption. The Fire Brigage Union is threatening more industrial action if it doesn't get what it wants. The government will be perhaps quite worried that it will not want to return to the prolonged industrial action which we saw more than a decade ago.
Back then, the army drove the.........., the Union wanted a 40% pay rise, eventually the strike ended when they settled for less than half that.
We do think the strike is totally unnecessary. The age issue is the certain thing that the FB did not even list in their points when they made the strike action went forward with it, so that's not part of the strike action.
This time they are training the strike breakers. Some brigades including London and Siri hired private contractors to stand in.The public bill be warned that none emergency calls may not be answered.This four-hour strike has taken place in the middle of the day, away from the rush hour when the fire service is busiest, more disruption is likely.
The Union described that it was a warning shot. I think very clearly is that the least thing they can do in terms of strike action, this will be fairly quite of the war.
The strike passed off without major incident. The two sides will now resume negotiations.If no one backs down, the firefighters say they will walk out for longer next time.
作者: 顺妞    时间: 2013-10-16 21:29     标题: [Homework]2013-10-05 英国消防员罢工以抗议退休年龄延后至60岁

it has been a decate since the fire fighters last worked out.the fire brigade union more wants to propose changes will mean fire  fighter would have to work longer and pay more into that pension.  yet recevie less the``, 80perent of union members worked out,here  immediately to geceration  of fire fighers stands side by side.
david and sv believe that they lose out the changes which thy say could say have to work  to the 60s. we can   striking t  that was from the fo to get a big message  out of the big   this is a sign for the memeroy for the  public.i have been the job            it's hard hard and hard to do the job.
in leeds,fire fighter blame their senior   management claming  the were looking after themselves and leaving the cruss to suffer. this may be a shor strike in union but it's over. it;s calls fire share of disruption. the fire brigade union is threatening more disruption  that doesnt get what it wants,  the government will be perhapes quietly worried that will not wonder returen to prolonged indestical action which we saw more than a devade ago.but the army drove the ag  green  gotcess, the union want to 40percent pay rise,eventually the strike end when the settle for the last half line. we do say this stike   totally unnecesssary, the ageny show the thing did not even lest in the points might be   stike action ````so that is not part of storrage. this time that treading the strikers . some brigade ,including london and``,higher private contract to stand in. the problem those being all normal emergency close may not the answer.this for our strikers taken place in a middle of day, a way from the rush out wonder fire serves busist, more disruption is likely. the nion didcribe the warning short, i think that is clearly at least i can do in terms of striker action this well be a very quiet polit war. the strike past out without major inciddent. the 2 sides will now resue the negotiations ,if no   one backs down the fire fighter say the work out the longer next time.

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作者: zhejiangcs12366    时间: 2013-10-17 08:22

HOMEWORK

It's been a decade since the firefighters last walked out. The Fire Brigades Union warns proposed changes will mean firefighters will have to work longer and pay more into their pensions, yet receive less in retirement. 80% of Union members walked out. Here in the Midlands, two generations of firefighters stood side by side. David Pitt and his son David Junior believe they'll lose out into the changes which they say could see them having to work into their 60s.

We're here striking and responding to our station to give a big message out to the public that this is unsafe for firefighters and this is unsafe for members of the public.

I've been doing the job (for) over two decades and it takes its toll upon your joints. And it's harder and harder and harder to do all the job.

In Leeds, firefighters blame their senior management, claiming they were looking after themselves and leaving the crews to suffer.

This may be a short strike in duration, but it's already caused its fair share of disruption. The Fire Brigades Union is threatening more industrial action if it doesn't get what it wants. The government will be perhaps quietly worried, but it will not want to return to the prolonged industrial action which we saw more than a decade ago.

Back then, the army drove the aging Green Goddesses. The Union wanted a 40% pay rise. Eventually the strike ended when they settled for less than half that.

We do think the strike is totally unnecessary. The age issue is something that the FBU did not even list in their points when they made the strike action and went forward with it, so that is not part of the strike action.

This time, they are training the strikebreakers. Some brigades including London and Surrey hired private contractors to stand in. But public is being warned that non-emergency calls may not be answered.

This four-hour strike has taken place in the middle of the day, away from the rush hour when the fire service is busiest. More disruption is likely.

The Union described it as a warning shot. And I think very clearly it's the least they could do in terms of strike action. This will be a fairly quiet part of the war.

The strike passed off without major incident. The two sides will now resume negotiations. If no one backs down, the firefighters say they'll walk out for longer next time.

Nick Martin, Sky News, Leeds.




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