BREAKING: There will be no strikes next week so lectures will go ahead
64 per cent of UCU members voted to accept the proposals
UCU, who had gone on strike earlier this year over disputes regarding pensions have voted today accept the new proposals over pensions, meaning there will be no strikes next week.
This all comes after weeks of disputes between UUK and UCU over the changes to pension schemes.
In the member consultation on the #USSstrike ballot, 64% of members who voted voted to accept the proposals on a record 63.5% turnout. All strikes are suspended. Message has gone to members. More on https://t.co/DjyFmHIKhv shortly.
— UCU (@ucu) April 13, 2018
There was a 63.5 per cent turn out at the national ballot deciding whether or not further industrial action would take place.
This means that exams and graduation dates should remain unaffected, after it was reported they would be disrupted by further industrial action.