Examiners strike as British driving test changes take effect
Tests likely to be cancelled during dispute as PCS union members say they are being forced to work longer for no more money
Driving test examiners are to strike for 48 hours in protest against the biggest changes in decades to the exam, which they say will see them working longer for no extra pay.
Members of the Public and Commercial Services (PCS) union will picket test centres across Britain on Monday and Tuesday. The driving test changes, the most significant since the written theory exam was introduced in 1996, come into effect on Monday.
Source: Guardian Transport