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Lecturers at UHI back on the picket line for day two of strike action over pay


By Alan Shields

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College lecturers at UHI are on strike again.
College lecturers at UHI are on strike again.

Students at University of Highlands and Islands face more disruption to classes today (Tue).

Lecturers are back on the picket line for the second day as part of an ongoing pay dispute with employers.

Members of the EIS Further Education Lecturers' Association (EIS-FELA) were photographed outside the Inverness campus this morning.

Lecturers are claiming that they have faced high workloads during the pandemic but continued to deliver further education despite challenges.

UHI Inverness principal and chief executive Professor Chris O'Neil previously branded the continued strike action as "extremely disappointing" and said he hoped for a speedy resolution.

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