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Tower Hamlets: Rubbish piles up in east London as refuse workers' strike enters second week

  • A strike by refuse workers in east London has caused rotting rubbish to pile up on the streets, leading to complaints from locals about the stench and reports of rats swarming the area.
  • Tower Hamlets Borough Council has hired a private firm to clear the rubbish from the worst-hit areas, easing the problem temporarily.
  • The strike, which initially was scheduled to end on October 1st, has been extended for two more weeks, with negotiations ongoing between the union and the council.
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