IF you were hoping to escape the Christmas strike misery coordinated by union Grinches, bad luck.
Even the escape routes are sealed off, strikes by passport control staff were announced yesterday.
Every day more pain is inflicted on the long-suffering public, like a sadistic advent calendar.
The latest is one of the cruellest windows yet opened, shattering festive holiday plans and family reunions, many of which have long been delayed by the pandemic.
PCS Baron Mark Serwotka made the usual meek attempt to shift the blame for his own union’s decisions onto the government.
That won’t wash.
Another wrecker, Unite boss Sharon Graham, boasted yesterday that her union’s financial power would allow it to continue the chaos indefinitely.
And all the while Sir Keir Starmer’s Labor Party happily takes union funds – and refuses to condemn them.
Today we unveil how Prime Minister Rishi Sunak will tighten strike laws in the new year, including a curfew for ambulance drivers and firefighters.
The big pity is that it wasn’t done sooner.
THE backlash to the fake-strewn trailer for Harry and Meg’s “documentary” was so widespread that even Netflix itself is interested in denying it.
But really, what did the streaming giant expect when it slipped millions of dollars into these guts for “their truth” — measured, unbiased analysis? come away
After the litany of lies, half-truths, and skewed inclinations emanating from the renegade royals’ Oprah interview alone, Netflix knew exactly who they were sleeping with.
As for Harry’s recent whining about the need to tear down the walls of oppression. . . We remind him of his spoiled childhood, all the servants at his disposal, his expensive education and the fact that he grew up in a palace with the queen as his nan.
He’s completely deluded.
So much so that when the first three parts of his documentary come out today, they should come with a fictional warning to viewers.
Chris ‘n’ say
AS football’s happiest character, Chris Kamara is no friend of self-pity.
So we understand why the presenter – famous for his exciting match reports – instinctively felt the need to cover his growing struggle with his speech.
But as Kammy admits in his revealing interview today, it would have been better if he had asked for help sooner.
This is a lesson for anyone reluctant to have medical concerns checked out.
As in Kammy’s case, a problem shared could really be a problem halved.
https://www.the-sun.com/news/6866432/toughen-strike-laws-sun-says/ Strike laws should have been tightened earlier to prevent further public suffering