Greyhound heading to High Court for protest injunction

Refuse company Greyhound is going to the High Court tomorrow to try and get an injunction to stop employee protests from disrupting their service.

Workers have been on strike for the past two months in a dispute over changes to their working conditions, including a 35% pay cut.

Since staff downed tools nine weeks ago, management has drafted in temporary staff and claim the service is better than ever.

However, the companyd said those protesting are blocking their lorries and preventing rubbish from being collected.

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