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We can’t allow unions to win over rail strikes, UK deputy prime minister says

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© Reuters. Travellers carrying camping equipment board a train at Paddington Station, on the first day of national rail strike, in London, Britain, June 21, 2022. REUTERS/Henry Nicholls


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LONDON (Reuters) – Britain’s deputy prime minister Dominic Raab said on Wednesday that the government couldn’t allow “militant unions” to win argument over rail strikes that have affected the transport network across the country.

“We can’t allow, I’m afraid, the unions, in this very militant way that they’ve proceeded, to win this argument because it will only hurt the poorest in our society,” Raab said on Sky News.

We can’t allow unions to win over rail strikes, UK deputy prime minister says

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