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UK university staff strike over pension changes – live

Follow our live coverage as teaching staff begin industrial action over pension changes they say will leave them £10,000 a year worse off in retirementAre you a striking lecturer, or a student missing out on teaching? Email alexandra.topping@theguardian.


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I’m striking with university colleagues as our pensions are being destroyed | Vicky Blake

Staff are already struggling with poor working conditions. Now our employers’ plans will lead to zero security in old ageI will be striking alongside thousands of colleagues at universities across the UK today. Unless Universities UK, which represents u

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