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Metrolink staff are threatening to walk out over a pay dispute with bosses

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Unite the Union has confirmed that the latest round of talks with Keolis Amey Metrolink Ltd, the company that runs tram services across Greater Manchester, have ended in disappointment.

A Unite spokesman confirmed they were preparing the ground for strike action, which could 'impact the service'. READ MORE: Five-day school strike planned from Tuesday is called off Unite regional officer Dave Roberts added: "Workers were due to receive a pay rise in January and it is nearly August. "The company has made a frankly pitiful offer which members have rejected by over 90 per cent in a

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