If the electorate still credit Labour with being the party that cares, it will always have a short path back to power.
Posts Tagged: Trade Unions
Iain Dale: My election prediction. May will be back in Downing Street with a Commons majority of 74 seats.
Plus: Where I was when the poll was announced. What I will be doing during the campaign. And: the temptation to seek to stand as a candidate tugs at my sleeve…
They should also leave the unions to collect their own subs.
Binding pendulum arbitration has dramatically reduced the number of strikes in New York,
The loyal Home Secretary with a sharp wit who did great service to the Conservative Party and the nation.
More important than Labour’s woes was that voters felt their jobs, employment rights, and pensions were safer in our hands.
The days are long gone when union leaders could do a good job for their members, while funding and influencing a political party.
Cameron Penny: Ministers should announce that they plan to use anti-terror laws to proscribe Aslef and the RMT
We don’t need more laws with anti-strike provisions – the Government already has the tools to deal with the transport crisis.
There’s no need for panicked action: new legislation is coming in, the right signals are going to the electorate, and as few potential converts are being alienated as possible.
Union barons on six-figure salaries deliberately causing inconvenience to passengers.
We need new laws to cover transport and the emergency services.
May’s team judge that ineffective knee-jerk action will do more harm than good.
The growing clamour for action is entirely justified.
Graeme Archer: Criminalise the RMT – and give season ticket holders a say in deciding railway franchises
The shop selling “Really British” products should flog London to Brighton season tickets: nothing gets more Really British than the grinding misery of that journey.
Andrew Allison: Grayling must find his inner Reagan – and smash the rail strike that is holding commuters to ransom
If those striking drivers and guards don’t want to sign new contracts, that is their decision, and if they don’t, they must be shown the door.