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- This attack on democratic rights is in response to the campaign by many present and former employees for the reinstatement of the 1,300 dismissed workers through go-slows, lunchtime pickets and petitions.
- On July 5, civil servants in Liberia started a go-slow to support their demand for the government to pay their salary arrears.
- On September 30, another strike began, following a go-slow at a number of the company's mines.
- Frustrated taxi drivers have staged a go-slow to protest against the towns council's recent decision to remove the central and busiest taxi rank.
- He also called on members to participate in a go-slow to protest against the subsidisation of private and former Model C schools.
- The riders' response was one of anger at their treatment - and there were roadside sit-ins and go-slows before Paris was reached by a relieved peloton.
- The workers, who have been on a go-slow for the past week, began a full-scale strike on October 25, accusing the ministry of breaking its promise to increase salaries by the end of that month.
- This resistance could include workplace go-slows, mass sick leaves, industrial and military sabotage, and the non-payment of rents and taxes.
- The government's measures have provoked other forms of disruption, such as go-slows by lorries on motorways and major city roads.
- The go-slow is causing serious delays to air traffic with several flights cancelled on Monday.
- One Dutch team and all four Spanish teams withdrew from a race that was reduced to a farce as the riders protested with go-slows.
- Hauliers are planning a go-slow to delay traffic.
- Dozens of flights from the international airport were delayed as part of the protests and baggage-handling staff held a go-slow.
- The workers committee said that it would also consider other forms of protest, including go-slows.
- They've also threatened to discipline people for an alleged go-slow.
- Sky-high forecourt prices in the wake of Hurricane Katrina have prompted veteran fuel protesters to threaten motorway go-slows and refinery blockades in the coming week.
- The plantation trade unions in Sri Lanka have called off a campaign of two-hour stoppages and go-slows by 450,000 tea and rubber plantation workers who were demanding a wage increase.
- The paper reported that in Nakuru, more than 350 employees went on a go-slow to protest the delay in paying salary arrears and allowances.
- Blockades and go-slows aimed at pressurising the Government into cutting fuel duties took place across the country in 2000, sparking panic buying and shortages at filling stations.