FK1Bairn Posted November 14, 2022 Share Posted November 14, 2022 18 hours ago, oaksoft said: Honestly, I've given up asking. They obviously have no idea how the Scottish Government are going to pay for it. And frankly, it's pretty obvious they don't care either. At the end of the day they're only interested in themselves. TBH, this thread is slowly pushing me towards a view that maybe we do need to tighten the rules on who can strike. If the police are not allowed to strike, maybe there should also be a ban on those involved in critical health service provision such as nurses, paramedics and firefighters. I'm starting to have some sympathy for that view because what is happening right now is an abuse of the right to strike. I also wonder whether there should also be limits on how much disruption teaching and lecturing staff should be able to impose on our young people. I think this is going to be the inevitable end result of all this disruption and frankly the unions will have nobody but themselves and their members to blame. In order to limit disruption there should be an out the box way of thinking. I'll start with paying people a proper wage that their education, skills, experience dictates they should be paid 2 Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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