Wave of wage strikes in the United Kingdom: "The country could experience a terrible winter"
On August 18, 2022, rail transport is paralyzed by the largest strike in 30 years.
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By: Jean-Baptiste Marot Follow
The United Kingdom is going through a major unprecedented social crisis.
On a war footing, workers who can no longer cope with galloping inflation are demanding better working conditions and higher wages.
After the railway workers and employees of the London Underground, the dockworkers at the port of Felixstowe, one of the largest in the country, began an eight-day strike last Sunday to obtain increases.
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