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Dear Colleague

I am writing to share information about industrial action that Prospect members working for Museum of London Archaeology (MOLA) will be taking from 11 December 2019 onwards.
Members in London, Basingstoke and York will be on strike on 11 December and members based in Northampton will begin a period of work to rule. All MOLA members will continue the work to rule from 12 December onwards.

You can find out more about the dispute here:

As the Negotiations Officer responsible for MOLA, I am writing to ask all activists from across Prospect to send messages of support and solidarity to our members taking industrial action. Such messages should be sent to the chair of the MOLA Section of the Archaeologists Branch, Antony Francis, at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

In addition to this please show your support via the Archaeologists Branch Facebook page ( and other social media outlets.
Thanks in advance for your help and support.

Andy Bye, Negotiations Officer

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