CONSTRUCTION workers at Hinkley Point C have overwhelmingly rejected a renewed pay offer in the long-standing dispute over pay and bonuses on the project. Industrial action is now likely after 95 per cent of staff rejected the new deal from EDF which was understood to be about a five per cent increase on their gross pay. A worker at the power plant site, who did not want to be named, expects the same proportion of the workforce will support industrial action. He said: “Considering it is the biggest project in Europe strike is an absolute catastrophe.
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