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University of Manchester staff to strike.

University of Manchester staff to strike.

Staff at Britain’s largest university have voted to strike over plans to axe 140 academic jobs.

On Wednesday 87% of University and College Union (UCU) members at the University of Manchester voted to strike this month, with a total of 93% backing some form of industrial action.

The union announced that strike action would take place on Monday 23 October and Tuesday 24 October, and staff would then begin working to rule from Thursday 25October. The University of Manchester branch of the UCU is the largest in the country, with just over 1,800 members.

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