CITY VIEWS: IS THE TUBE STRIKE THE START OF WIDESPREAD INDUSTRIAL ACTION?

 
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NEAL TAYLOR | A.F.M.E

“All the strikes will be about pay, no doubt, and they will never feel like they are paid enough. We’ve got to take it all with a pinch of salt, as the unions are going to do whatever they want. Luckily I’ve not been affected this time around ?– yet.”

SAM DAVIDSON | BELL & CLEMENTS

“I get the train straight to Fenchurch Street so won’t be caught up in this strike, but I wouldn’t be surprised if there were more. There seems to be an awful lots of strikes happening now, and they have lost quite a lot of their impact.”

SCOTT HARRIS | DALLAS KIRKLAND

“It’s a real pain for commuters, and it probably won’t get the striking workers what they want. The threat of strikes is frustrating if you’re trying to book a holiday abroad. The action is going to lower share prices, which is surely not going to help the workers.