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By:
moisok
When: 13 Dec 22 13:56
I am trying to find the figures of those who voted in the RMT vote.  I saw them earlier and can't find them again.   a much bigger number voted against striking but still 20,000 out of 40,000 still voted for strike.   can anyone confirm ?
Lynch then went on about inequality etc (nothing to do with the members pay etc) so clearly this is more about his communist leanings and is mainly a political motive to make these strikes happen.  But what more would you expect from a Putin lover.
By:
casemoney
When: 13 Dec 22 14:00
https://order-order.com/2022/12/13/mick-lynch-goes-off-the-rails-on-today-programme/

Why does he read the Mail and the Sun  ?

Half the Country being brought to a halt and the w@nker is worried about the working Class Laugh
By:
sparrow
When: 13 Dec 22 14:02
Perhaps you could give the Electoral Reform Society a ring.

Would that be the same Putin who allegedly was involved with the Brexit vote?
By:
moisok
When: 13 Dec 22 14:04
clearly much of this action, and others jumping on the back of it, is politically motivated.  as each worker loses pay  the union bosses still get paid  - no different to the tory lot in skimming off the top  ho ho

you are being mugged
By:
Dr Crippen
When: 13 Dec 22 14:07
No sparrow, Putin is Russian - he can't vote in UK elections.
By:
casemoney
When: 13 Dec 22 14:07
The Pilots of the Gauge losing a Bottle a day, Looks like they have had Enough
By:
Dr Crippen
When: 13 Dec 22 14:08
You have to spell everything out for these lefties.
By:
sparrow
When: 13 Dec 22 14:09
Very interesting crippen but nothing to do with him interfering in an election.
By:
sparrow
When: 13 Dec 22 14:11
Crippen once again not paying attention to what is said.
By:
moisok
When: 13 Dec 22 14:13
where do you think some of the support for militant action comes from and the ideas/philosophy  comes from  and the subsequent political action masked as industrial action?
By:
sparrow
When: 13 Dec 22 14:25
Do you mean attempts such as influencing the Brexit vote?
By:
Whisperingdeath
When: 13 Dec 22 14:32
It comes from people who are fed up with the rich taking everything and not leaving the less well off without sufficient to lead a happy stress free life.

Our healthcare system has been destroyed, our schools are poor, our children have no hope of buying their own homes!

Do you think people are being MILITANT for wanting a better life?
By:
sparrow
When: 13 Dec 22 14:36
They don't think too much at all, whispering.
By:
----you-have-to-laugh---
When: 13 Dec 22 14:40
How many Russian donors, connected to Putin do the
Tories have,. Even those declared run into dozens.

Indirect donations could pay for a diamond mine
or an insurance company
By:
moisok
When: 13 Dec 22 14:59
union members - minus wages   - union leaders plus plus plus paid all the time  -  reminds me of blair and look at the millions he has now on the back of 'socialism'(?)  more a tory than anything and will the well off starmer be any different - sorry comrades I just don't see it.
By:
irishone
When: 13 Dec 22 15:03
Like turkeys voting for a vegan christmas
By:
sparrow
When: 13 Dec 22 15:30
Who are, irish?
By:
casemoney
When: 13 Dec 22 15:33
60k for a 35 Hour week Position , and On strike Laugh If they don't like it why don't they Leave ,Be no shortage of Replacements

Baldy Mick  on over 100 Bags a Year ,People cant get a Train to work Sad
By:
Tiger Tiger
When: 13 Dec 22 15:49
Is this the same Putin who arranged to have 70,000 twitter accounts opened to support Jeremy Corbyn Laugh
By:
Timber
When: 13 Dec 22 15:53
Donny and sparrow looking for reds under the bed
By:
sparrow
When: 13 Dec 22 16:11
Probably was Tiger. Another Brexiteer too.
By:
sparrow
When: 13 Dec 22 16:12
Corbyn was a Brexiteer long before the other loonies jumped on the bandwagon.
By:
akabula
When: 13 Dec 22 16:14
https://twitter.com/i/status/1602568493190234120

Mad Mick at his disingenuous self. A horrible little character who will get his political comeuppance soon enough.
By:
irishone
When: 13 Dec 22 16:15
Rail union members sparrow

Its a lose lose situation

Public opinion against then, government against them

Who is going to support it ?
By:
sparrow
When: 13 Dec 22 16:26
We shall see whether public opinion is totally against but the government is of no consequence at the moment. I think an agreement on pay is not the problem but the loss of conditions is very much the stumbling block. The union is doing its job as the members will expect it to.
By:
akabula
When: 13 Dec 22 16:30
They said the same about Scargill sparrow and look what happened then.
No government, and that would include a Labour one, can afford to let the
Unions win in this kind of dispute.
By:
Timber
When: 13 Dec 22 16:33
Mad Mick better have SAS security because he's gonna need it
By:
sparrow
When: 13 Dec 22 16:38
Scargill messed it up himself.
By:
Timber
When: 13 Dec 22 16:40
Miner's strike in the middle of summerLaugh
By:
HallGreenSpy
When: 13 Dec 22 16:42
think an agreement on pay is not the problem but the loss of conditions is very much the stumbling block.

Post this while I can. The same applies to the posties. It's not the pay rise that is the problem, it's all the change in working conditions that go with it. The public are not being fed this info.
By:
akabula
When: 13 Dec 22 16:47
Scargill messed it up himself.

And so will mad Mick. Grin
By:
thegiggilo
When: 13 Dec 22 17:08
The scum BBC the tory propaganda they are using is unbelievable,same with GMB and all the other establishment lowlifes earning fortunes on their morning programmes,Madely,Barnett Sky complete tory stooges,utterly pathtic..
By:
Foinavon
When: 13 Dec 22 17:22
Posties are in a dying industry, they are not doing themselves any favours.
By:
moisok
When: 13 Dec 22 17:35
it has been uncovered as a political move to destabilise the uk  and putin is laughing all the way to the bank
meanwhile the members pay for Mick's salary which he still receives while they are on strik

destruction and chaos is his main aim  - like many of the progressives on here
By:
HallGreenSpy
When: 13 Dec 22 17:36
The pandemic years and all the hard work they did then ensuring massive profits for Royal Mail have long been forgotten. What IS on the table is an unconditional 2% pay rise. Derisory!
By:
lapsy pa
When: 13 Dec 22 17:45
Funny one with the Royal Mail!

People in Ireland gets thousands of parcels from UK small businnesses,these should have a 'code' explaining exempt from duty and other stuff,thet don't and many are sent back.
Big war of words between Irish and UK post office concerning these,this should have been implemented and not a bit fair particulary on these small businnesses.
The EU countries very shortly putting the same need for a code on parcels from UK.

Simply amazing why it hasn't been done
By:
lapsy pa
When: 13 Dec 22 17:56
(source RTE,'Royal Mail failing small businnesses'
By:
eyeball
When: 13 Dec 22 18:01
I would welcome the renationalisation of our public services.
By:
casemoney
When: 13 Dec 22 18:05
Agree 100 %
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