Boris should face down the rail unions


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Christopher Snowdon writes for The New Statesman

Professor Len Shackleton writes for CapX

In an article for CapX, IEA Editorial & Research Fellow Professor Len Shackleton suggested that the Prime Minister Boris Johnson could revive his political fortunes by clamping down on disruptive and often unjustified rail strikes. Rail workers have walked out over pay, leading to disruption across the country.

He said: “It would be unwise for the Government or its proxies to accede to the RMT’s demands. Yes, railway employees have been hit by two years of pay freeze and the rising cost of living – as have many workers.”

Read the full article here.


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