There seems to be an air of dissatisfaction generally across the population with relation to wages and the comparison to company profits. People are getting ‘fed up’ with being ‘pushed down’ and not being able to afford the necessities of life
The Unions who are nowadays very organised and not as radical as they used to be in the 80’s and they are organising very clearly and people are saying ‘not before time too’
Train drivers in the UK kicked off a string of labour strikes across the country, calling for higher wages and apologising for the disruptions for traveler’s at the height of the holiday season.
The strike yesterday by members of Aslef, representing 96% of the nation’s train drivers, began several days of walkouts by transport workers over the coming week.
On Aug. 17, the country’s leading trade unionists will hold their “Enough Is Enough” rally in South London to protest rising costs.