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The road where the RATS are still enjoying Christmas! The rodents feast on "carcasses of turkey" in the street where garbage heaps swell because of the strike of the binning – as they say the locals who have not collected collections for seven weeks. Overflowing in Birmingham in the midst of the strike by collectors of waste, including Unison and Unite. strike for weeks and hours have been reached by fellow Unison. The mess of garbage is ruining the streets of the city leaving the defenseless residents furious for Christmas trash that accumulates. The industrial action started on December 29th, although the locals claim that their bins were not collected for 7 weeks before

Rod Ardehali for Mailonline

published:
03:27 am EST, 12 January 2019

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updated:
03:31 am EST, 12 January 2019

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The trash cans are overflowing and trash is rotting through the streets of Birmingham after other trash collectors have voted to take up industrial action with their fellow binmen, leaving garbage left over from Christmas on the sidewalks of the city. About 30 Unison union members will join the strike after unanimous vote to go out in solidarity with their fellow workers Unite Union, who crumbled the tools weeks ago in a dispute over legal payments. The photos taken in the city show the trash left by the Christmas holidays clogging up the residential area after the union and council leaders were not able to unblock the situation, as claimed by the local inhabitants who did not receive any collection for seven weeks .

Bad smell: the bins are overflowing and the trash is rotting on the streets of Birmingham after other waste collectors have voted to take up industrial action together with their fellow binmen, leaving trash left by Christmas piled on sidewalks

Christmas trash: about 30 members of the Unison union will begin work to govern and prohibit overtime after having voted unanimously to go out in solidarity with their fellow workers United, who snubbed the tools weeks ago in the middle of a dispute on legal payments

The photos taken in the city show the garbage left over from the Christmas holidays that dirty the residential area after the union and council leaders were not able to overcome the stalemate, since the locals claim to have had no collections for seven weeks. Members of the United Nations, which make up more than 300 city employees, demand parity with the much smaller group of BGB workers affiliated to GMB for a payment made to them to resolve a legal dispute. The latest failed talks failed to ward off the dispute between the members of Unite and Birmingham City Council on December 29, so a series of disruptive measures were implemented. Now the members of the smallest union have gone out in solitude with Unite, plunging the city into a mess more chaos with mice attracted to the area for an easy meal.

Members of the United Nations, which make up more than 300 city coffers, demand parity with the much smaller group of BCI workers affiliated with GMB for a payment made to them to resolve a legal dispute

The latest failed talks failed to ward off the dispute between UN members and the Birmingham City Council on December 29, so a series of disruptive measures were implemented. The strike began last year, the resident Lisa Cartwright, who lives in the Moseley area, said she had not had her collection of bins for seven weeks in her block of 12 apartments. He said: "Our collections have never returned to normal after the strike.Our containers have not been emptied for at least seven weeks." For some strange reasons the garbage is collected from the other side of the road, which is a beggar belief ".

Now the members of the smallest union have gone out alone with United, throwing the city into more garbage chaos. A spokesman for the City of Birmingham said at the time: "We are looking for any reports of collections missed by this particular address, but we will make arrangements for a collection to be made as soon as possible." Following the transition to new routes and five days of work, our crews continue to build local knowledge to ensure that the most efficient routes are used – however there are still some problems and we are trying to solve any outstanding problems. & # 39; Accept our apologies if your baskets are not lost. The action against the binman is not new to Birmingham. In September 2017 the bin workers finally suspended the strike that had occurred due to a dispute with the council on job losses.
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