The UK’s winter of strikes and discontent
There are more strikes in the United Kingdom today than in more than a decade. Inflation is at a 41-year high, and economists are predicting that UK households are looking forward to a miserable 2023. But rather than offering concessions, the government is trying to make it harder to strike.
In this episode:
- Rachel Ambrose, NHS mental health nurse and lecturer
- Lord John Hendy (@JohnHendyQC), Trade union barrister and House of Lords peer
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