A few links to some thought-provoking articles on the Nov 30 strikes:
1.The Guardian’s Focus Podcast: public sector strike
Half an hour round-table discussion of the strike.
2.The Economist: the politics of austerity
Short video two-way with Economist columnist.
3.The Telegraph: a strike that makes the case for reform
Telegraph view. Anti-strike.
4.Huffington Post: ‘pensions are being stolen to plug the deficit’ UCU
Interview with University and College Union’s general secretary.
5.Public Finance Opinion: there is no alternative
Very informative post by the general secretary of Unison.
Do you think the public sector was right to strike? Is it right to say that those who went on strike actually represent the views of the public sector?