MORE than 15,000 ambulance workers across 11 trusts in England and Wales have started voting on potential strike action in a dispute over pay reports the BBC.
The GMB union said workers were angry at a pay award of 4% which it described as a “massive real terms pay cut”.
Emergency callouts would not be affected by any action, it added.
The government, which said it had given pay rises to more than a million workers, is urging ambulance staff to consider the impact on patients.
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