SWEET RELIEF: Strikers get more loos

Workers protesting at the inadequate toilet facilites yesterday. Picture: Ross Parry/Steven Schofield

Workers protesting at the inadequate toilet facilites yesterday. Picture: Ross Parry/Steven Schofield

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WORKERS who walked out on a wildcat strike in a row over toilets are back at work today after they were promised more facilities.

Staff working on a new power station at Ferrybridge walked out on Tuesday night over claims there were just eight toilets for 650 staff, facilities were unhygienic and they were forced to bring in their own toilet paper at weekends.

Scaffolder Rob Hale, 30, said: “From Friday afternoon until Monday morning those toilets were not being touched. Even the flies had moved out.” Pictures: ROSS PARRY/Steven Schofield

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