Wednesday, 20 July 2011

Unison Gives the Facts On Lollipop Cuts

Unison, the public services trade Union, have released a new fact sheet for members and MPs.
When you come to the end of a lollipop... POP goes children’s safety. ...
UNISON believes that school crossing patrollers, often called lollipop people, provide a vital service to the community. Cutting their short hour low paid jobs (average £3,000 p.a.) is a false economy, especially when young lives are at stake.
It details the history of the service, in addition to the reasons why these cuts are unacceptable. Click here for the full sheet.

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