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2 minutes ago, x-in-man said:

How many is many?

As many as voted for strike action?

or the greater number who voted for ASOS?

Maybe it was retired teachers turning up in case their old mug got shat in by the workers that day?

Again, if you look closely at the photo you might be able to figure that out.
I can count 3 Manx Labour Party members... the clue is that they have signs! :)

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5 minutes ago, DrunkenMonkey said:

You have yet to produce evidence of this claim.

You’ve yet to produce evidence it’s wrong & neither has Union denied it!

 

posted Saturday  84% in favour out of 237

 

The Nasuwt had 448 members entitled to vote in the most recent ballot on industrial action.  Of these 237 cast their votes. 

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4 minutes ago, Banker said:

You’ve yet to produce evidence it’s wrong & neither has Union denied it!

The burden of proof is always on the person making an assertion or proposition. Shifting the burden of proof, a special case argumentum ad ignorantium, is the fallacy of putting the burden of proof on the person who denies or questions the assertion being made.

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7 minutes ago, Banker said:

You’ve yet to produce evidence it’s wrong & neither has Union denied it!

 

posted Saturday  84% in favour out of 237

 

 

The Nasuwt had 448 members entitled to vote in the most recent ballot on industrial action.  Of these 237 cast their votes. 

A screenshot or quote of a fellow forum poster isn't adequate evidence...

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2 minutes ago, DrunkenMonkey said:

A screenshot or quote of a fellow forum poster isn't adequate evidence...

O Neill confirms some of members don’t even work for department of education but again won’t give numbers 

O’Neill - the local negotiating secretary for NASUWT – when the strike action was announced:

Industrial action was called by the NASUWT, on 3 November, after 

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1 minute ago, Banker said:

O Neill confirms some of members don’t even work for department of education but again won’t give numbers 

O’Neill - the local negotiating secretary for NASUWT – when the strike action was announced:

 

Industrial action was called by the NASUWT, on 3 November, after 

Still no proof of your claim. Some could mean 2 or some could mean 200.

Please show me where it says less than 200 teachers voted to strike. 

Reports from the NASUWT today on their North West FB page claim 350 people attending the Comis Hotel rally.

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40 minutes ago, DrunkenMonkey said:

Still no proof of your claim. Some could mean 2 or some could mean 200.

Please show me where it says less than 200 teachers voted to strike. 

Reports from the NASUWT today on their North West FB page claim 350 people attending the Comis Hotel rally.

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I was going to say this just looks like a bunch of ramblers getting directions for their bracing walk, but then spotted a couple of teacher I know. 

There's more blokes than I expected from a Womens Teaching Union. 

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