Video Duration 24 minutes 25 seconds
Workers in a number of service industries are hanging in December in protest of low pay and the rising price of living.
Britain is dealing with at the very least a month of unprecedented strike motion this winter.
Hundreds of 1000’s of public sector staff are strolling off the job.
The state of affairs has turn out to be so severe that the federal government could ask the navy to assist preserve companies working.
Workers say many years of low pay and poor working circumstances have left them unable to cope with the rising price of living.
The authorities has described the strikes as “unnecessary”, and has urged unions to name them off.
So what led to this example?
Presenter: Dareen Abughaida
Onay Kasab – National lead officer at Unite the Union
Claire Pearsall – United Kingdom Conservative Party councillor
Naeem Aslam – Chief market analyst at AvaTrade