Sacked Hillingdon dispute leader returns to work

The leader of the long-running Hillingdon Hospital dispute was last week back at work, two years after an employment tribunal ruled that she should have her job back. Malkiat Bilku led the three-year strike by 53 domestic and catering staff, and was sacked in 1995 for refusing to accept cuts ...

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