It’s no coincidence that everyone seems to be going on strike at once.
Doctors, nurses, midwives, firemen, train drivers, ambulance drivers, postmen, civil servants, port workers, airport workers and millions more are striking this month. Doctors, who want a 21 hour week, want a 30% pay rise. Nurses (‘your money or your life’) are threatening to refuse to deal with emergencies or cancer patients and will settle for a more modest 19.2%.
These mostly public sector workers are already well paid. (Train drivers get £60,000 for a four day week. They retire at 62 on £40,000.…
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Source: Dr Vernon Coleman - MB ChB DSc Read the original article here: https://vernoncoleman.org/