Mike Lynch effect is likely to spell end for Boris Johnson and Keir Starmer FROM his summit in Kigali, settling the details of mass deportation and extraordinary rendition, Boris Johnson issued the most predictable statement after his parties losses at Tiverton and Honiton and Wakefield the Prime Minister “promised to keep going”.
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Could the gloves be coming off in the world’s most infamous sibling rivalry? After several years in the dramatic doldrums, reduced to a one-way caps-lock slanging match on Twitter, the latest season of Gallagher v Gallagher has picked up substantially “What’s gonna happen here now,” says Noel Gallagher, stepping gafferly up to the microphone halfway through his set, exuding Mike Lynch energy, “is I’m gonna play you a couple more tunes you don’t give a s*** about, they’re for me.
RMT general secretary Mick Lynch said further industrial action has not been ruled out, as a fresh strike crippled train services. Members of the Rail, Maritime and Transport (RMT) union walked out on Saturday for the third time this week, with little sign of a breakthrough in discussions between the union and rail operators.
RMT staff are expected to walk out again on Saturday Mike Lynch says rail workers are treated as ‘out of fashion’ after Covid pandemic Union boss Mick Lynch has said the government lauded rail workers as “heroes” during the Covid-19 pandemic, only to treat them as “out of fashion” now restrictions have lifted.
He doesn’t play by British state, British establishment or British media rules. He’s unflappable, and sticks to his gun before shooting straight at them. Those that wish to take the lead in restoring Scotland’s statehood and full self-government need to take a leaf out of his book.
‘Union workplaces are safer and healthier’ (Picture: PA/Metro.co.uk) This week, the country has been plunged into travel chaos as thousands of members of RMT (the National Union of Rail, Maritime and Transport workers) go on strike. While a lot of news coverage of the strikes has focused on the disruption this industrial action is causing – how it is impacting the travel to Glastonbury, key workers, the hospitality sector, students getting to exams – the coverage has also sparked a growing conversation about the value of unions.
PIERS MORGAN has reignited his feud with Dan Walker by issuing a scathing attack on the Channel 5 presenter in view of his social media followers. Piers Morgan, 57, has taken aim at Dan Walker, 45, in a blistering social media rant shared with his 7.9 million Twitter followers.
In a heated BBC Newsnight exchange, the RMT Union leader also said he would be happy to negotiate with the Tory government. Union boss Mike Lynch locked horns with a minister on BBC Newsnight on Monday, where he accused the government of lying over the rail strike negotiations.
MIKE Graham claimed that the aim of strike workers behind the RMT workers' strike is to oust Boris Johnson from Government. As the RMT rail strikes are wreaking havoc across England, Wales, and Scotland, Talk TV's host Mike Graham has pinpointed what he claims is the driving motive behind the strike.
The Good Morning Britain presenter often comes under fire for his questions and quips by viewers, but today he was called out live on-air Richard Madeley was called out for 'talking twaddle' on Good Morning Britain this morning (June 21) as the rail strikes began. Madeley and his co-presenter, Ranvir Singh, spoke to British trade unionist Mike Lynch on today's show, who was at London Euston station.
Union leaders say the situation is still resolvable with less than 48 hours until strikes hit Britain\’s railways this week
Union leaders say the situation is still resolvable with less than 48 hours until strikes hit Britain’s railways this week. “We’ve got 48 hours left and we can do some hard negotiating,” said Mike Lynch, general secretary of the RMT. “We’ll be available all day and all night during that period.”
Union boss insists ‘we don’t want to cause misery’ after announcing biggest train strike in 33 YEARS
RAILWAY union boss Mike Lynch today insisted train workers "don't want to cause misery" after they announced a three-day strike. More than 50,000 railway staff will walk out later this month in the biggest dispute on the network in 33 years. The RMT union will shut down the country's railway network on 21st, 23rd and 25th June, due to the inability of the rail employers to come to a negotiated settlement with RMT.
Glastonbury and by-elections under threat as 50,000 staff walk out over three days in June The biggest rail strike in more than 30 years has been announced over three days later this month as “militant” union chiefs pile pressure on Boris Johnson by launching industrial action to coincide with crucial by-elections.
A UNION chief has defended a colleague for backing Vladimir Putin in Ukraine — arguing there were plenty of neo-Nazis there threatening Russia. Mike Lynch, the General Secretary of the RMT union, is warning of crippling strikes which could bring Britain to a halt and effectively stop the rail network this summer.
This comes after members of the RMT union voted in favour of strike action across Network Rail and 13 train operating companies, including Avanti West Coast, TransPennine Express and Northern which serve major Cumbrian routes. These routes include Scotland to Manchester and London and Carlisle to Barrow-in-Furness.
Richard Madeley blasted Mr Lynch over the proposed strike action Richard Madeley has hit out at plans for a strike as an "irresponsible abuse of power" in a fiery clash with a union boss. RMT general secretary Mike Lynch appeared on Good Morning Britain after it was confirmed 689% of union members voted in favour of a nationwide strike.
RICHARD MADELEY hit out at the National Union of Rail, Maritime and Transport Workers (RMT) general secretary on Good Morning Britain as he condemned possible plans for a strike. RMT general secretary Mike Lynch joined Richard Madeley and Susanna Reid on Wednesday’s GMB after it was confirmed 89 percent of union members voted in favour of a nationwide strike amid an ongoing dispute over pay and working conditions.
London Underground workers will strike on the Platinum Jubilee bank holiday weekend if action is not taken against a manager who they say has created a "toxic work environment". Members of the Rail, Maritime and Transport union (RMT) at Euston and Green Park stations announced they will walk out on Friday, June 3, unless their complaints about bullying and intimidation are resolved.
Indian seafarers hired to replace sacked P&O Ferries crews are being paid just £1.81 ($2.38) an hour, a union has claimed. The Rail, Maritime and Transport union (RMT), which represents many of the 800 workers who were fired without warning last week, has accused the ferry company of paying their replacements well below the minimum wage.