I’ve had to correct the BBC Scotland headline again, but as they tell you a bit down the page:
It follows an 11-hour meeting between unions and council leaders that was hosted by First Minister Nicola Sturgeon in Edinburgh on Thursday.https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-scotland-62766520
Follows what? This:
Strikes that had been due to close hundreds of schools and leave bins unemptied across Scotland next week have been called off.
A new offer will mean a 10% pay rise for the lowest paid staff instead of special cost of living payments this year and next.
Non-teaching school staff in 11 council areas had been due to go on strike for three days next week.
Refuse workers had also been due to begin a fresh round of strikes.
The Unison, GMB and Unite unions all said they had suspended their industrial action while they consult their members on the pay new offer, and that they were recommending the deal is accepted.https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-scotland-62766520
If a First Minister Anas or Douglas had hosted the meeting in a crazy alternate dimension, you know well how rubbish the outcome would have been.