Diary: Hit or Miss... AGM heckling batters O2 image

Recent headlines surrounding mobile phone firm O2 have had echoes of the labour-relations climate of the early 80s.

A 'furious' pensioner was 'bundled out of the firm's AGM with directors being 'heckled' with dissent over 'fat-cat' pay, reported The Mirror, which headlined its piece 'O2 fat cats in a flap'. The fury came amid news that 150 bosses had shared a £14m profit from share options. Unions are up in arms, with O2 staff rejecting a pay rise offer and threatening strike action.

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