Back to the 70s

AS A concerned commuter to London on a weekly basis, I see strike action for what it is — an abuse of power by unions to directly impact people’s livelihoods and personal affairs.

Under the secondary strike action proposal put forward by Labour, this fallout could spread to hospitals, emergency services and other critical industries — paralysing the country as a whole.

In a throwback to the 70s, how much rubbish would it take on doorsteps for the electorate to realise the deranged policies of the Labour manifesto, and see the folly of allowing this party to take the reins of power?

Name supplied, Andover Road, Faberstown