Following the failure of the talks, the move will take place on Tuesday, June 21, Thursday, June 23 and Saturday, June 25. 50,000 employees are expected to attend.
Sectoral unions on Saturday confirmed that the UK was preparing for the biggest train strike in 30 years following the failure of talks on improved wages and working conditions. “Our negotiators have tried their best but have not reached a practical agreement“After weeks of discussions, the general secretary of the Railway RMT Mick Lynch Union has expressed regret.
He therefore confirmed that the historic train strike would take place on Tuesday 21st, Thursday 23rd and Saturday 25th June. 50,000 employees are expected to attend. The biggest day is scheduled for Tuesday, which will reach train lines across the country and the London Underground. Traffic will resume on Thursday and Saturday but will be disrupted from Monday to Sunday. The Network Rail Company, which manages rail infrastructure in the country, provided only 20% of the network’s half-open service for three days of strikes.
Interruptions can be expected for many events
According to Mick Lynch, the source of the conflict liesConservative government decides to end 4 4 billion subsidy on UK transportRMT claims that the Railway Network Manager Network Rail intends to cut at least 2,500 maintenance jobs as part of a 2 billion (approximately 33 2.33 billion) savings plan.
⁇No one wins the struggle“A spokesman for the Rail Delivery Group condemned and stressed the need to ensure”.Retain as many services as possible. ⁇But interruptions will be inevitable and some parts of the network will not work.He added, inviting users to consider other modes of travel.
This walkout will disrupt a number of large-scale sports and cultural events, including the Glastonbury Music Festival, the Rolling Stones concert in Hyde Park, London on Saturday, and the final exams of some high school students.
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