Isle of Man bus drivers hold further industrial action

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Back-up plans have been put in place to help people travel during the second Isle of Man bus strike.

Drivers have voted for further strike action in a long-running dispute over measures including a £3,000 pay cut.

A government spokesman said a reduced service will still be run for the duration of the strike period.

Unite's Eric Holmes said the drivers are looking for justice through arbitration.

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