National Gallery workers stage walk out over privatisation

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National Gallery workers stage walk out over privatisation

Workers at the National Gallery are staging a fresh round of strikes over the privatisation of services.

It is the second strike this month by members of the Public and Commercial Services (PCS).

Plans have been put forward to hand visitor services to a private company which has led to the walk about which started yesterday. 

The union held its first industrial action on 2 February over the gallery's proposals.

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