Wednesday April 1, 2020

Striking a bargain

The planned national day of protest for tomorrow would have really shown this government that we simply do not like losing our jobs, having our wages cut or suffering the ignominy of a pension levy being imposed on our colleagues in the public sector

28th March, 2009

The planned national day of protest for tomorrow would have really shown this government that we simply do not like losing our jobs, having our wages cut or suffering the ignominy of a pension levy being imposed on our colleagues in the public sector.

Strikes by a whole bunch of workers would have probably shamed the government into overturning its decision to hold a recession in the first place. A big march would have made...

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