Industrial action impact
The OFFICAL Sgt. Monkey website is now back online after our industrial action yesterday. The impact of our website shutting down for 24 hours had a major impact on the government today. In Prime Minister Questions, the Prime Minister David Cameron described the strike by monkey workers as a “damp squib” as he insisted reforms to their pension payouts was essential.
The full story of the PM response to our strike can be found here:
The National Union of Monkey Performers (NUMP) had hailed the nationwide strike by monkey workers over pension reforms as “historic” – and rejected claims by the Prime Minister it was a “damp squib”. Full story of NUMP strike activities can be found here:
Access to the OFFICAL Sgt. Monkey website was shut down for 24 hours yesterday and we had a round the clock picket line organised at the webmaster offices in Edinburgh. Miss L. was the chief tea maker for the men whom were standing in the cold next to a camp fire. At 3pm, Sgt. Monkey himself came to the picket line and gave everyone a morale boosting speech! He said “FAIR PAY FOR ALL HUMANS AND MONKEYS ALIKE!”
Mr Cameron are you listening????
Despite picket lines at the webmaster offices – some 45 visitors manage to cross the picket lines and viewed our website yesterday.
The webmaster team