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Do you believe the strike actions by the staff of the London Underground are justifiable?

  • Closing Routes Will Do Harm

    Even though officials promise to compensate the elimination of thousands of jobs, in closing approximately 260 routes, by creating as many jobs, in ticket sales offices, these newly created jobs are likely to be eliminated over time, after the promise of compensation has been replaced by understanding that these created jobs are unnecessary financially.

  • the strike actions

    I personally agree, I personally think that London Underground staff are going on strike on Monday 6th September 2010. They state it is because they do not agree with the regulation of safety measures for both passengers and staff. But is this really a case of greedy workers trying to get more money for a job that is already adequately paid? Or is this merely a plan to stop London Underground making job cuts? In either case, is this justified on a moral, legal and political level?

  • The Strike Actions

    I personally think that London Underground staff are going on strike on Monday 6th September 2010. They state it is because they do not agree with the regulation of safety measures for both passengers and staff. But is this really a case of greedy workers trying to get more money for a job that is already adequately paid? Or is this merely a plan to stop London Underground making job cuts? In either case, is this justified on a moral, legal and political level?

  • They Should Have The Right

    I believe the strike actions by the staff of the London Underground are justifiable. Strikes should be permitted without outsiders feeling the need to comment on the situation. Clearly this is a problem within the organization and the strikes are intended to resolve that problem since diplomacy failed. Striking should be a right employees should always hold.

  • Strike Actions were wrong

    The strike actions by the staff of the London underground were not right. They affected the safety of the general public when they went on strike. Not only did they affect peoples ability to get t work, but they also stopped people from getting to the doctors and other emergency places.


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