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The walkout was the first nationwide action of its kind for nine years. The Sun (2016)His plans to get more junior doctors working at weekends sparked the first full walkouts in history. The Sun (2016)The strike had been planned as a 24-hour walkout but has been extended three times. Times, Sunday Times (2016)It comes a week after the first full walkout in a row over pay and hours. The Sun (2016)That means walkouts and strikes will be more frequent. Times, Sunday Times (2010)They soon downed forks and staged a walkout. The Sun (2008)The first walkouts will be within four weeks. The Sun (2013)Ministers released the figures days before barristers and solicitors staged their first walkout in protest at cuts to fees. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Would he consider joining a walkout? Times, Sunday Times (2016)This could involve 24-hour walkouts during the winter. Times, Sunday Times (2011)Up to 12,000 workers could join the walkout and bring airports to a standstill. Times, Sunday Times (2011)The first walkout is planned for Friday. Times, Sunday Times (2007)The first walkout could begin in March. The Sun (2010)THOUSANDS of prison officers are set to stage a walkout over privatisation plans. The Sun (2011)They stage no embarrassing walkouts. The Sun (2012)So far two thirds of voters have backed strike action, but polls suggest less than half the public support a full walkout. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Another is a combination of one-day national walkouts followed by three-day rolling strikes. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Unions staged the 24-hour walkout in a dispute over conditions for new all-night services. The Sun (2015)Meanwhile, staff held a 24-hour walkout over a two per cent pay offer. The Sun (2015)This protest included a staged walkout by the U. S. representative. Nixon Reconsidered (1994)It warned yesterday of further strikes if the walkout did not'bring the government to its senses '. Times, Sunday Times (2016)If a compromise is not reached, workers could stage a 24-hour walkout before the end of the month. Times, Sunday Times (2010)In the first national walkout since the early summer, flights were grounded, schools shut and government offices closed. Times, Sunday Times (2011)Up to 100,000 operations will be cancelled as a result of three days of industrial action, including two full walkouts. The Sun (2015)It includes two full walkouts, which could see tens of thousands refuse to treat all patients, including the most seriously ill. The Sun (2015)Last week hundreds of workers all across the UK rallied together in demonstrations, sympathy strikes and walkouts. Times, Sunday Times (2009)
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Inglês Britânico: walkout NOUN
A walkout is a strike.
But union leaders are holding off on calling the walkout while talks are showing progress.
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