Telegrammed by our Poor-industrial Relations correspondent
Much anger at the NRM after it was revealed that National Museums of Science and Industry head man, Martin Earwicker, was awarded a £15K pay rise last year.
This is proving a very bitter pill for the keepers of our rail heritage in York to swallow, coming as it does at a time of belt tightening and financial uncertainty at the National Railway Museum.
With staff pay awards in recent years falling well below the inflation rate there have been repeated threats of strikes and other industrial action by public service unions PCS and Prospect.
To quote a popular ditty 'There may be troubles ahead...'