Three rail unions to join posties for mass day of action against exploitative employers, with ways for supporters to join in
The EnoughIsEnough movement has announced one of the biggest strike days in recent history, to take place in 1 October.
Three rail unions, RMT, ASLEF and TSSA, will all join 115,000 postal workers of the CWU union – supported by hundreds of thousands of supporters at solidarity rallies across the country:
The announcement comes after unions postponed strikes because of the royal funeral, so if the Establishment on both sides of Parliament thought the movement would stall after the delay for their bowing and scraping to hereditary power, it made a bad misjudgement.
With millions still facing fuel hardship this winter despite the government’s plan to pour billions into the accounts of greedy energy exploiters, October should be just the start of a winter of resistance.
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