Tesco reopens talks with union in bid to end planned Christmas strike action

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Tesco has agreed to reopen talks with Usdaw after members across its distribution centres voted overwhelmingly to go on strike from December 20.

The grocery giant has reopened discussions with the shopworkers’ union Usdaw about pay and working conditions for its warehouse staff after the majority of 5,000 workers across nine distribution centres voted to walk off the job for four days starting December 20. 

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