Poll: Union Strikes

The added benefit of course is that if so labelled, Unions would be disbarred from Local Authority panels, advisory committees, EU committees and many of the unelected organisational bodies that rule our lives.

The Government would also be able to cancel the use of taxpayers funds currently being given to the Unions under previous Labour government legislation, directly saving £85m a year.

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5 Responses to Poll: Union Strikes

  1. The Unite Union are already clearly aware of “Economic Terrorism” as a weapon:

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Economic_terrorism

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  3. Sounds a bit too Pinochet-esque for me.

  4. Lord T says:

    If they can use the rules of this mickey mouse government then so can we. When they step outside the rules they should face justice. Laughable as UK justice is.

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