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Tourists looking down from the Castle saw history being made below them as Johnston Terrace was jammed with clerks, cooks and cleaners, teachers, librarians, radiographers, nurses, lectures, bin men and women, jannies, curators, students, thousands more of good humoured but determined public sector workers and their bairns determined not to be “robbed of their pension”, as I was told by a First Davison Association (top management union) picket at the court.