UK academics go on strike over pay and job security

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Up to 50,000 university staff in the United Kingdom have gone on strike over pay, pensions and what they say are precarious employment contracts.

They are in a bitter dispute with some of the country’s oldest educational institutions.

Al Jazeera’s @Neave Barker reports from the largest protest in London.

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