Originally Posted by mcq10
They are using their democratic right to withdraw their labour at the forced pension changes that is being used as a disguise to bring down the deficit at the expense of public sector workers.
Im sure this will get people worked up like and if you are on an average salary of £110,000 a year, it is a difficult case to argue with, but they entered a contract on a set of terms and conditions and are being asked to pay for something that wasnt their fault.
Morally is it right that such important public sector workers ar eallowed to strike? I dont know and I strongly believe in the right to withdraw labour as a protest.
i'm not sure it's a disguise is it?
why should doctors be exempt from any hardship borne by the UK? Especially when during the course of their working and retirement ages they earn a salary of 48 grand.
and no, they shouldn't be allowed to strike.
let's not forget how much they earn from their allocated private allowance either.