Union ‘determined to win’ first ever Amazon UK strike

Amazon warehouse worker

Amazon workers staging the company’s first-ever UK strike are “determined to win” as they ask for better pay and working conditions, while GMB figures suggest strike action and refusal to negotiate is set to cost the company more than £2m.

Over 350 workers walked out and joined the picket line outside the Amazon BHX4 depot in Coventry on this week and the mood among members was “high”, according to a spokesman for the GMB.

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