Longest Railways Strike in British History Begins

england south west railways strike
england south west railways strike

In the UK began the daily strike of 600, which will affect London and surrounding cities (SWR), on the railway company South West Railways, which carries thousand passengers per day 27.

The SWR and the National Railway, Maritime and Transport Workers' Union (RMT) started negotiations to find a security guard on the trains. RMN workers who left the table as a result of clogged negotiations started the 27 daily strike as of today. Stations are expected to be experienced throughout the UK-wide strike. It is expected that the 1850 of the daily 850 voyage within the scope of the strike will be canceled.

The union wants to have a security guard on every train. The strike will continue except for 12 December and Christmas days 25 and 26 December, where early general elections will be held. The strike is considered the longest-running strike in the history of England.

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