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Derby teaching assistants come to agreement.

Derby teaching assistants come to agreement.

Teaching assistants in Derby have voted to end months of strike action over changes to pay and working time.

It brings to an end a row over Derby City Council's changes to school support staff contracts, which Unison said would see individual teaching assistants lose £6,000 a year.

A cash lump sum for some of those affected has been agreed.

Derby City Council said it was "delighted" the contract offer had been accepted.

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The long-running dispute, in which teaching assistants had been supported by Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn, had forced some schools to close during strike action.

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