DLR strike days announced

Going nowhere: Could strikes destroy the Games?

Workers on the Docklands Light Railway will begin a 24-hour strike at 4am on 23rd July.

There will be more similar strikes on the 27th July and 6th August.

The row – if you hadn’t heard – is over a third carriage being added to the trains. Something long overdue if you ask anyone who has had the pleasure of squeezing on at Bank.

You have to wonder what would happen if Tube/DLR workers decided to strike during the games. How would it be dealt with?

A very real proposition with Bob ‘My members, my members’ Crow at the helm of the train workers’ union, the RMT.

BBC News – Workers to go on three days of strikes on DLR over pay.

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