More than 70,000 lecturers at 150 universities across UK begin three-day strikes TODAY


Around 2.5 million students will be will have their lessons disrupted as 70,000 lecturers and university staff hold their biggest-ever strike today and vow not to reschedule any cancelled classes.

University and College Union (UCU) members will walk out at 153 universities over pay, conditions and pensions today, tomorrow and next Wednesday.

Classes are expected to be cancelled and libraries may close, with strikers refusing to reschedule missed work or provide online catch-up as pickets are…



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