Tesco stores in Scotland face disruption as distribution workers gear up to take industrial action.

T&G members at Tesco's Livingston depot have voted overwhelmingly to strike if the supermarket continues with plans to impose new terms and conditions on workers when the depot moves to a new site across the road in July.

More than 92% of the 143 drivers at the depot turned up to vote and 95.5% were in favour of strike action.

The T&G claims the new terms would mean the de-recognition of the union and the reduction of a driver's aggregate package by about £5,000 per annum.

These terms were unacceptable, said the union, which was also concerned Tesco was planning similar moves across the UK.

T&G shop stewards have agreed to co-ordinate a national campaign to highlight claims Tesco is seeking to drive down costs at the expense of employees.

Tesco said it was exploring ways to take the issue forward.