Fears for home working as prospect of national BT strike grows


Ballot over job cuts and site closures could mean first nationwide industrial action since 1987

BT is facing the threat of its first national strike since 1987 as a row about planned job cuts and site closures intensifies.

The Communication Workers Union, which represents 45,000 BT Group staff, will hold the ballot in the coming weeks and said that a yes vote would have a “massive impact” on the network.

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