Tesco has reached an agreement on pay with staff at four distribution centres, averting strike action and reducing the possibility of empty shelves before Christmas.
Trade union Unite, which has been representing members in a dispute with Tesco at the distribution centres in Antrim, Belfast, Didcot and Doncaster, announced this afternoon it was calling off planned strike action in the run-up to Christmas after reaching an agreement with the grocery giant.
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