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Tomorrow @RishiSunak will launch an all out attack on the right to strike. RT if you stand with every single union that chooses to make a stand and fight on behalf of their members. It’s time to pick a side.
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Why is Rishi Sunak delivering a video message on the toilet?
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Must be a postman
wow!
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Amazon workers in Coventry have made history: They have voted to go on strike, becoming the first workers at the company to ever do that in the UK. They are demanding fair pay & are standing-up to the appalling practices of one of the biggest companies in the world. Solidarity!
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Hey @tedlieu I just drove through your district. Care to explain why you treat Americans like this while sending $100B to Ukraine?
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Leave it up to the Aussie outback to sort Electric Vehicles out👇🤣🤣
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From tomorrow 115,000 postal workers take their 15th and 16th days strike. Royal Mail are making no genuine attempt to resolve the dispute and want to starve people back to work, destroy their terms and conditions and rip up a 500 year old service. RT if you back your postie
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Our members don’t want to be on strike. They want to be serving the public. Royal Mail have told the Telegraph they have a £1.7bn ‘war chest’ to destroy your postal worker. That is more than enough money to resolve the dispute and clear this backlog. #StandByYourPost
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Thousands of nurses strike tomorrow for the first time in a generation Soak that in. That’s the people who keep us safe. That’s the people who bring us into the world. That’s the people we clapped RT if you stand with them and not that shower of corrupt bastards In Westminster
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