Legal action won’t stop rail strikes



Labour: Southern must stop disregarding safety concerns
LABOUR accused privateer Southern Rail yesterday of disregarding concerns over safety as the disgraced company threatened legal action in an attempt to stop a three-day strike by train guards.
Shadow transport secretary Andy McDonald MP said the long-running dispute should be settled through negotiation, not legal action.
“Nobody wants to see these strikes go ahead, least of all staff,” he said.
“But the way to avoid industrial action is for all parties to get back round the table and reach a negotiated settlement, not by launching... read more

 
11 October 2016 in World News, Views: 41
Source: Morning Star
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