I’ve received a press inquiry from The Sunday Post about next week's strike in Glasgow over equal pay.
The newspaper is keen to speak with some of the women who will be on strike next week and who are not 'mindless sheep'.
The paper is also interested in speaking to the families of any women who have passed away while waiting for their claim to be settled – to illustrate just how long this fight has been going on.
If you can help drop me a note with a contact phone number and I'll put you in touch with the journalist - email@example.com
Glasgow Claimants vs Mindless Sheep (12/10/18)
The Leader of Glasgow City Council, Susan Aitken, has incurred the wrath of the city's equal pay claimants for suggesting that they don't know why they are going on strike.
Here's what some of the claimants had to say and they don't sound to at all to me like 'mindless sheep'.
It's shocking trying to pass all the blame on the unions.What about Glasgow City Council officers involvement fighting all those years at a cost of two and a half million. And more recently bringing in more lawyers, not worried about the public purse then.
And I think she has a cheek to say we don't understand why we are striking.Well for me its about them having meetings for 10 months yet still unwilling to agree comparators or the 37hr rule.
Game, set and match to the claimants and strikers - if you ask me.