Monday, Sep 11, 2006

NHS Logistics employees to strike

SKY News: NHS Workers To Strike

Hundreds of NHS workers have voted to go on strike in protest at the privatisation of their jobs. Unison said the NHS Logistics employees - who deliver supplies to hospitals and GP surgeries - overwhelmingly backed industrial action in protest at the transfer of work to German-owned haulage firm DHL.

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1. tyrellcorporation said...

This is just a taster for the winter! With the Labour Party now effectively a hostage to the Unions (after their recent bailing out to stave off party bankruptcy) they are going to want something in return - the utopia of 1970's Britain!. I don't actually believe middle England voted for New Labour over the last three terms, I think they voted for Tony Blair, NL's only electoral asset. When they kick him out they'll be in the wilderness again and revert to type. The end of the NL experiment is nigh...

Will this signal an end to the feelgood factor? - a long winter of strikes will test even the hardiest VI PR departments...

Tuesday, September 12, 2006 10:25AM Report Comment

2. Boarder said...

At the last election the Conservatives got the majority of votes in ENGLAND. Its the areas that receive the tax from the English that continued to support Zanu-Labour.

Tuesday, September 12, 2006 12:29PM Report Comment

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