Fresh strikes have been announced by workers at the DVLA in the long-running civil service dispute over jobs, pay, pensions and conditions.
The Public and Commercial Services union (PCS) said more than 700 of its members at the Driving and Vehicle Licensing Agency’s call centre in Swansea will walk out on April 11 and 12.
The union said the strike is likely to cause disruption to those making enquiries about their driving licences.
PCS general secretary Mark Serwotka said: “We are serious about winning this dispute; ministers should be serious about negotiating with us.
“Our action will continue to escalate until ministers put money on the table to help our members get through the cost-of-living crisis and beyond.”
A DVLA spokesperson said: “The quickest and easiest way to deal with DVLA is through our online services which are operating as normal during this period of industrial action.
“There are likely to be delays for customers calling DVLA during this period of industrial action.”