About 40,000 railway workers in the uk went on strike on the 27th, and the national railway network was almost paralyzed. Britain, which is grappling with its worst cost-of-living crisis in decades, came just a month ago with its biggest strike in 30 years.
Agence france-presse reported that the nationwide strike, demanding higher wages and better working conditions, has brought the country's railway cell numbers list network to a near standstill, with only one train running on average every five, leaving commuters chaotic during rush hour and many simply staying in. At home.
Inflation is at a 40-year high, and it will get worse. The cost-of-living crisis presents a major challenge to the conservative leadership and premierships of foreign secretary liz truss and former chancellor of the exchequer rishi sunak.
London underground and buses will run as usual. Although eurostar employees did not join the strike, the trains passing through the channel tunnel in britain and france were still affected and reduced shifts.