Ultimately, the repeal of the Trade Union Act is required along with the establishment of positive rights in law with regard to workers' rights (especially concerning strikes and industrial action).
I support what unions stand for and I certainly understand and respect the case ASLEF and the RMT have put forward regarding the train guard dispute but I can understand why everyday commuters trying to make an honest living may be frustrated with the situation that prevails.
New Year, same old Southern.
Commuters on the beleaguered Southern Railway are to face horrific delays and disruption over New Year as Britain’s biggest
Most peaceful year in 1980s saw six times more days lost to industrial action than 2016.
Thousands of Brits face a miserable run-up to Christmas thanks to a series of strikes in the post, airline and rail industries
Action to begin next Monday and continue to Christmas Eve.
Post Office workers are to stage five days of strikes next week in a dispute over jobs, pensions and branch closures. The
Eleven weeks have now passed and the delays, cancellations and severe overcrowding have continued. Commuters rocking forwards and backwards at the prospect of being late for work, missing client meetings or not making it back on time to put kids to bed.
We're now in the fifth week of Southern Rail madness. Five weeks of sudden cancellations, unhealthily packed trains and increasingly futile attempts by the Southern Rail customer service team to blame it all on 'staff sickness'.