A week of talks to settle strike disputes in the UK
Strikes crippled the British rail network in the first week of January. The long-running disputes on the network combined into the most prolonged period of industrial action so far, with five consecutive days of stoppages. Now the second week is likely to be spent in talks between employers and unions. However, the hopes of a resolution have so far proved to be a false dawn, and there is concern that the entrenched positions are set for many months yet.
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