How the public sector strikes will affect services

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Next week’s public sector strikes could hit 57,000 NHS patients, close almost 90% of schools and colleges in England and Wales and force tens of thousands of airline passengers to reconsider their travel plans. In a warning that the action could affect the most unlikely areas of daily life, even the British Museum has warned that sections could be cordoned off from tourists due to staff shortages. According to the TUC, the trade union organisation orchestrating the strikes, 2.6m people have been balloted for strike action across four sectors – health, education, civil service and local government – with about 750,000 voting yes.

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