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  • Rail strikes show Tories have moved on since promises to defend workers’ rightsAnalysis: New laws aim to make it easier for firms to use agency workers to break strikes, tilting the balance of power towards employersRail strikes – latest newsWhen P&O Ferries bypassed unions and replaced 800 seafarers with agency workers in March, the prime minister, Boris Johnson, said his government would “defend the rights of British workers”, and the transport secretary, Grant Shapps, brought in new rules that would make sure workers “are not undercut by employers”, he said. Three months later, the tune is very different.New laws announced by the government on Thursday aim to ...
  • Rail strikes: commuters stay home on day two of action as talks resumeMaintenance and train company staff in parallel negotiations as ministers plan to use agency workers to break strikeThe second 24-hour national rail strike has emptied railway stations across Great Britain as commuters opted to work from home while ministers pushed ahead with controversial plans to allow agency staff to break strikes.Talks resumed between the RMT union and rail industry bosses as 40,000 union members at Network Rail and across 13 train operating companies downed tools. No firm progress was reported, with a third strike due on Saturday, as the two separate sets of negotiations ...

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