Medical secretaries at North Glasgow University Hospital trust are claiming victory after they accepted a new offer on their long-running pay and grading dispute.Unison members had resumed strike action after accusing the trust of reneging on an earlier settlement.ACAS was brought in and further talks took place before agreement was reached.Unison branch secretary Carolyn Leckie claimed the offer would mean an additional incremental increase across the board.However,110 medical secretaries at Royal Liverpool and Broadgreen University Hospitals trust have resumed industrial action after rejecting an offer from the trust's management.Alan Boyter, trust director of human resources, said he was 'delighted'with the settlement.He said the agreement would mean secretaries would 'enjoy the same benefits under that framework offered to their colleagues across the country'.