WATCHING THE WORLD A BRITISH AFFAIR

with Roger Vielvoye from London The series of strikes that has disrupted construction work in the U.K. North Sea since the beginning of the month is a peculiarly British affair. Construction and catering workers employed by contractors have been called out four times this month not by the six unions that represent many people working off the U.K. but by an unofficial group, the Offshore Oil Industry Liaison Committee (OILC).

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