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Homelessness charity Shelter’s staff start ‘unprecedented’ two-week strike


More than 600 staff set to walk out over pay, with Unite saying some workers worried about becoming homeless themselves

More than 600 workers at the housing and homelessness charity Shelter are beginning an “unprecedented” fortnight of strike action on Monday in a dispute over pay – coinciding with one of its busiest times of the year.

The Unite union said a 3% pay increase this year had left some of Shelter’s staff unable to pay their rent and very worried about the possibility of becoming homeless themselves.

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