Will BBC IT staff vote for strike and shut Cameron, Clegg and Brown up?

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Tomorrow (19 March) is the day when the result of the ballot of Siemens workers at the BBC , who are members of the union Bectu, is revealed.

This is yet another example of the risks businesses take when they hand control of the welfare of critical workers to a supplier.

Bectu members will attempt to maximise disruption if the ballot results in support for industrial action. Potential action could include a 24 hour strike.

Could you imagine if they strike for 24 hours when the BBC hosts the pre-election debates between leaders of they political parties. Looking on the bright side it could shut Brown, Clegg and Cameron up for a while.

I will be in contact with the union tomorrow.

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