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Protesters march on Downing St over treatment of cleaners

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Protesters march on Downing St over treatment of cleaners

Protesters march on Downing St over treatment of cleaners

Protesters have marched on Downing Street after revelations in Sue Gray's partygate report about the way Whitehall cleaners and security staff were treated.

Petros Elia, general secretary of United Voices of the World trade union said: "We've come here today to hold this government to account, to demand that they stop the disrespect that cleaners are subjected to.

Cleaners are routinely treated like second class workers, second class people." Report by Buseld.

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