(bbc.co.uk) Tens of thousands of people joined rallies around the UK as a public sector strike over pensions disrupted schools, hospitals and other services.
About two-thirds of state schools shut, and thousands of hospital operations were postponed, as unions estimated up to two million people went on strike.
The TUC called it “the biggest strike in a generation”. The prime minister described it as “a damp squib”.
Unions oppose plans to make members pay more and work longer to earn pensions.
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