Now the NUT and NASUWT are refusing to sign up to the pensions heads of agreement, the prospect of more strikes looks to be back on, providing the DfE doesn't improve its offer (unlikely now the ATL, ASCL, NAHT and Voice have agreed to consult their members about it). Don't get me wrong, I think the way the Government has handled this has been appalling, but I've already gone on strike twice, I just can't afford to do it again. From my NUT and NASUWT colleagues I've spoken to, I can't see many teachers would be willing to strike again. I can't help but think the unions would be better offer accepting the better deal while they still can. Do you think teachers in your school would be willing to strike again?