Local Government workers are to strike tomorrow (Tuesday) over London weighting allowances.
Members of the Transport and General Workers' Union, Unison and the GMB are set to walk out for one-day.
The unions want to see a £4,000 flat-rate London weighting for Local Government workers in the capital, and claim Local Government unions have failed to make an alternative offer.
The unions say they will extend the one-day strike to selective industrial action over the next five weeks, involving Local Government workers, such as parking attendants, in targeted action.
Tommy Douras, T&G head of local government in London and chair of the London Provincial Council for Local Government said: "London is Europe's most expensive capital city. Many of our members are struggling to afford spiralling housing and living costs. We want a just settlement for the hard working people in London's boroughs."