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Rallies 'will vent union frustration' PROTEST.

WORKERS were last night preparing for a mass protest against the Government's planned pay and spending cuts.

Thousands of public and private sector employees are taking to the streets of eight major centres today for a series of rallies.

Impact general secretary Peter McLoone said: "The people that we represent now want to give vent to their anger and their frustration and that's why they are taking to the streets.

"In the meantime we continue our efforts to try to find a solution that will avoid the protest escalating into strikes later in the month."
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Publication:The Mirror (London, England)
Date:Nov 6, 2009
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