Mick Lynch(RMT) - "People on this picket line haven't had a pay rise in 3 years... but rail bosses are raking it in... & they'll get the full benefit of Kwasi Kwarteng's tax break for the super rich... & I'm sure the people of Britain will be outraged at that"


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In reply to @Haggis_UK
Odey Made billions in 20 days, when 99% of the British people struggling with high cost of @Conservatives dangerous experiment. pic.twitter.com/nijoyW2xiQ
In reply to @Haggis_UK
Well if they're not outraged, they bloody well should be!
In reply to @Haggis_UK
No,we're outraged we can't rely on transport,post,etc because of dinosaurs hanging onto working practices that weren't modern in the 20th century,let alone now.
In reply to @Haggis_UK
#Fact The tax benefits to the super rich are 拢400,000 every year henceforth This is what taxpayers are funding Warped ideologies, planned to cause harm to ordinary decent people The Tories need to go - NOW
In reply to @Haggis_UK
Most public sector workers have had effective pay cuts over the last decade. We need strong union leaders like Mick
Mich Lynch .... spot on again.... just saying what ALL right minded people are thinking. #Solidarity to the @RMTunion 鉁婐煆库湂馃徑鉁婐煆
In reply to @Haggis_UK
Take plenty of pork pies and a flask of strong Yorkshire tea in the picket pic.twitter.com/mCR6fSo2jQ
In reply to @Haggis_UK
No they are outraged at a group of selfish people stopping the going about their lawful lives. Just hope that when they want to travel some stops them.
In reply to @Haggis_UK
He'd be a good PM
They will of course and just to add insult to injury those same bosses will get a minimum of 拢400 towards their energy bills because they need the help too.
In reply to @Haggis_UK
Join the 275,000 that have already signed this, its growing very rapidly, lets get it to a million #GeneralElectionNow Please sign & 馃惁RETWEET馃惁 petition.parliament.uk
In reply to @Haggis_UK
No we won't be outraged.
In reply to @Haggis_UK
So incredibly frustrating that, for all his positive qualities, Lynch is a myopic Leaver, willfully determined to continue to support the human and economic pain of Brexit
Go RMT 馃晩馃晩馃晩馃晩馃晩馃晩鈽笍鈽笍鈽笍鈽笍鈽笍鈽笍馃馃馃馃馃馃馃
In reply to @Haggis_UK
I hope @Keir_Starmer puts you in a seat in the next GE
In reply to @Haggis_UK
This is exactly what is NOT being said to people. More need to be told this.
In reply to @Haggis_UK
Union Bully Boy Will never vote for Unions and Labour
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In reply to @Haggis_UK
Driverless trains the sooner the better.
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In reply to @Haggis_UK
Not as outraged as when we found out the sainted Mick told all his members to vote for Brexit to protect marine workers and rail workers. Nice work Mick!!
In reply to @Haggis_UK
& @Conservatives DESTROYED Business's and Freelancers for 2.5 years #Sunak Broke the Law, His Non Dom Wife Dodged Millions in Tax, He Stabbed his Boss in the Back, He Screwed over Millions of Tax Payers & Voters #ExcludedUK @OfficialEUA #EnoughIsEnough @eiecampaign
In reply to @Haggis_UK
PUBLIC NOTICE - no union bosses were financially affected in this strike action..... Hopefully they will continue striking - as a saver i really want interest rates to soar. Endured 15% mortgage in 80s so hoping it gets back to that.
In reply to @RishiSunak
@RishiSunak & @Conservatives DESTROYED Business's and Freelancers for 2.5 years

#Sunak Broke the Law, His Non Dom Wife Dodged Millions in Tax, He Stabbed his Boss in the Back, He Screwed over Millions of Tax Payers & Voters #ExcludedUK
Now that is a good point
They take home more than I do. They鈥檙e doing OK.
In reply to @Haggis_UK
Rich man's profits, not worker's wages, drive inflation--here, there, everywhere. @colinphoenix @SIRJOHNREITH @democracynow
Sorry Mick not voting Labour. Ohband your dispute is political and not just industrial.
In reply to @Haggis_UK
And no mention of his tax cut on wages higher than the PM's.
Mick Lynch + Hammer + Nail.
Killer combination
Do the MPs get a tax break or do they just not pay any
In reply to @Haggis_UK
Yes but they kept their jobs for 3 years, subsidised by the tax payers while sitting at home during Covid ! This is a political strike - nothing more !
In reply to @Haggis_UK
Nut they get more than enough
They haven't had a pay rise...

No but they collected furlough for not working for two years.

Need to automate the trains.
Mick Lynch deber铆a presentarse a las elecciones para neutralizar a laborismo neocon de Starmer.
In reply to @Haggis_UK
I'd wager the union officials have had a wage rise every year ?
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