Battersea Firefighters set bin on fire outside station

Wandsworth Guardian: There's bin a fire: Workloads and pension changes are the burning issue There's bin a fire: Workloads and pension changes are the burning issue

Battersea firefighters went on stike between 12pm and 5pm today, in opposition against workloads and pension changes.

A group of firefighters sat outside Battersea Fire Station during the strike, and chilled out in front of this blazing dustbin.


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10:59pm Fri 2 May 14

AdamLindsay says...

I thought you needed a basic grasp of grammar and the English language to be a reporter? You're an absolute disgrace Tom Gillespie, and this 'piece' is an embarrassment to the great institution that is journalism. It's an absolute joke.
I thought you needed a basic grasp of grammar and the English language to be a reporter? You're an absolute disgrace Tom Gillespie, and this 'piece' is an embarrassment to the great institution that is journalism. It's an absolute joke. AdamLindsay
  • Score: 3

11:05am Sat 3 May 14

cyclops246 says...

Firstly, the blazing dustbin, as you have described it, is in fact a brazier, Tom. It's a traditional focal point for a picket line. Secondly fire-fighters are not striking over workloads; it's about the government's shameless attack on their pensions.

May I suggest a little bit of research before publishing poorly referenced articles.
Firstly, the blazing dustbin, as you have described it, is in fact a brazier, Tom. It's a traditional focal point for a picket line. Secondly fire-fighters are not striking over workloads; it's about the government's shameless attack on their pensions. May I suggest a little bit of research before publishing poorly referenced articles. cyclops246
  • Score: 1

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