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HSBC staff to strike on Friday over pay

HSBC staff are planning to strike on Friday, following a dispute with banking union Amicus over the proposed pay deal.

The bank is proposing a 3.5 per cent pay increase, after which 2,000 staff voted for strike action.

Investor lobby group Pirc is backing the staff, suggesting they vote against the banks pay report and the AGM this week.

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