DLR strike cancelled

Homer: Pretty soon, every boy and girl in Springfield Elementary School is going to come and see this thing.
Marge: Really? Why?
Homer: They're forcing 'em!

Sky News reports that:

A High Court injunction has prevented Thursday's planned Docklands Light Railway strike from going ahead.

The strike would have lasted until Saturday.

4 comments:

Coney said...

Fine. But there's never an injunction to stop the countless greedy, unethical business practices such as Cameron giving Healthcare contracts to companies that have contributed to his party.

Anonymous said...

I wouldn't single out Cameron - this has gone on for years no matter who is in power...

Lets not forget some of Gordon's croneys getting favours...

Anonymous said...

Yeah, no such cronyism from RMT General Secretary Bob Crow....

A few years back Mr Crow also became embroiled in a row over cronyism after his wife, Nicola Hoarau, was appointed by the RMT to set up a credit union for members. Mr Crow was on the panel which interviewed her.

Lou Baker said...

If DLR workers don't like their jobs they can leave.

I'm sure with their skills - which amount to pushing a few buttons and grunting about tickets every so often - they could walk in to a job at the local take away.

Seriously, some people don't know they're born.

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