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UNISON intervened in this appeal, which was being defended by music teacher Mrs Lesley Brazel and brought by Harpur Trust, her term-time employer.
In addition it provides a commitment to fully consolidating the living wage, putting more money in the pockets of lower paid council workers, something UNISON has been campaigning on for years.
Johanna Baxter, Unison head of local government in Scotland, said:"This is a great outcome, delivered as a direct result of the campaigning activity and political lobbying efforts of Unison members up and down the country.
UNISON has welcomed the move and it's local government committee has agreed to ballot members in the new year, urging them to accept the offer.
Mr Cleaver denied the Unison group had caused the negotiation to collapse.
He added: "Unison Scotland accepts the offer of three per cent and expects it to be implemented without further delay.
Both wins came over two miles on soft ground and, under identical conditions here, Unison is fancied to overcome a further 6lb rise to rack up the hat-trick.
<B From left to right: Rhian Hartwell, teaching assistant and Unison Cardiff County schools convenor; Margaret Thomas, Unison regional secretary; Jess Turner, Unison lead organiser for schools and Rosie Lewis Unison organiser with pictures done by pupils for Stars in Our Schools day
Founded in 1980, Unison is a supplier to engine and airframe programs, providing advanced performance solutions for a wide variety of markets including commercial aviation, military aviation, space, power generation, oil and gas, and transportation.
"We hope, even at this stage, they will listen to UNISON and the wider community" Newcastle's largest station and the force's HQ, Forth Banks, and Gateshead will operate from 8am to 8pm, seven days per week.
It came after Unison expressed its interest in restoring ties with IKCO.
Unison has been campaigning for local authorities to pay the fee.