UK rail strikes ‘unnecessary,’ ‘terrible idea’: Prime Minister Johnson


The British government on Thursday branded the ongoing rail strikes in the country “unnecessary” and a “terrible idea.” 

Around 40,000 workers walked out from their posts on Thursday for the second time this week, demanding better pay and withdrawal of a government plan to cut jobs.

“I just think it is important to remember that these strikes are unnecessary,” Prime Minister Boris Johnson said in Kigali, the capital of Rwanda, where he is for a…

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