Sheffield news Fuming commuters will have to miss work or get a taxi as rail strike starts PremierLeague-News.Com

PremierLeague-News.Com - Three days of strikes this week will be biggest industrial action on the railways since 1989

Sheffield news Fuming commuters will have to miss work or get a taxi as rail strike starts PremierLeague-News.Com

PremierLeague-News.Com - Three days of strikes this week will be biggest industrial action on the railways since 1989

Sheffield news  Fuming commuters will have to miss work or get a taxi as rail strike starts PremierLeague-News.Com
20 June 2022 - 11:00

PremierLeague-News.Com - Breaking Sport Transfer News ! Frustrated commuters at Huddersfield Rail Station today vented their anger about three days of rail strikes due to start tomorrow (Tues). Some of the largest rail strikes for decades are set to greatly hit train services throughout this week. The Rail, Maritime and Transport union (RMT) confirmed that strikes at Network Rail and 13 train operators will go ahead on Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday. The RMT Union has said this is the biggest strike action on Britain's railways since 1989 with an estimated 50,000 workers walking out and there will be very limited service from services on the strike days, with most trains only running between 7.30am and 6.30pm. The dispute is about pay and redundancies. Read More: Yorkshire seaside slated in Tripadvisor rant about 'overweight chain smoking owners' letting dogs 'run everywhere' Marianne Smith, a 17-year-old waitress from Dewsbury who works in Huddersfield said: "It's normally a really quick journey for me - it only takes a few minutes - so it will be quite an inconvenience as there's been a bus strike with Arriva affecting our area so it might mean I have to take a cab to get to work. I don't really know who is to blame but I just wish they would sort it out." Mick O'Brien, a 62-year-old writer and freelance English teaching assistant from Bradford said: "I don't drive and so I'm completely dependent on public transport for my work in the Huddersfield area.

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. I do sympathise with the strikers but I just hope it can get sorted out as quickly as possible and there's not any more strike action planned. I understand there have already been quite a few cancellations today already." Dentist George Bell (Image: Robert Sutcliffe/Reach) George Bell, a dentist added: "The railways should never have been privatised so that the profits exited this country. The workers are entirely correct in what they are doing." Paul Harrow from Huddersfield said: "I had reserved my ticket to visit my father in Scotland but it's just been cancelled and I've lost my reserved seat. Personally, I think these workers get paid quite enough already." Christina Jones, a 33-old administrative worker,from Huddersfield said: "It's going to affect me quite badly as I don't drive and commute to Leeds every day. I just hope the government will step in and sort it all out and we can all get back to normal." Read next: Life in the 'hidden gem' Yorkshire seaside village shedding its bad reputation 'I'm gay': Dame Kelly Holmes comes out after 34 years and says 'I'm finally free' 'I went to Ilkley Lido as a 23-year-old and got told off for taking a selfie' Get breaking news by email by signing up to our newsletters OnlyFans star buys £200k Yorkshire home at just 19 after ditching waitress job to sell sexy videos Read More Related Articles The Yorkshire estate where you can get fined for leaving your bins out, swearing and shouting Read More Related Articles EasyJet to scrap thousands more flights over summer months

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