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youngmafbog | 12:51 Mon 04th Oct 2010 | News
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So Bob Crow seems very pleased with himself that he has made ordinarly peopl have to walk to work in the wind and rain. what a t***r.

Is it right that 3000 people should be able to bring the City to this? Les than half voted in the strike which is very clearly politically motivated

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Talk about Sheep, you can bet the likes of Bob Crow will not be inconvenienced, he will not even lose a penny of his enormous salary, no matter what hardships a long term strike would bring on his members.
12:57 Mon 04th Oct 2010
If there had been anything doubtful about the vote to strike the transport authority would have been in the High Court looking for an injunction to have it stopped.
Talk about Sheep, you can bet the likes of Bob Crow will not be inconvenienced, he will not even lose a penny of his enormous salary, no matter what hardships a long term strike would bring on his members.
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Is it right that 60 million people should have to fork out a small fortune to bail out a bunch or wreckless barrowboys in the city.

I wonder who's done most damage to the country
why is is clearly politically motivated? Their jobs are under threat so they go on strike. Sounds like standard labour relations on both sides.
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Crow is pleased with himself.
http://news.sky.com/s...ive_Disruption_Caused

Jobs are NOT going to be lost. Ticket offices where staff sit doing nothing will be shut, staff will be redeployed doing something useful.

Got a right think about Bankers have we not Jake. I will repeat, we are in this situation not only because of the Bankers direct actions(and not all traders) but Labours inability to control them and also Labours reckless spending. Not that your point really has any bearing on this topic. If staff are sat doing nothing then they should be redeployed, recession or not.

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