Downing Street distances itself from Grayling calls for anti-strike laws

Downing Street distances itself from Grayling calls for anti-strike laws

Transport minister last week refused to rule out law changes to prevent strikes as fresh wave of industrial action disrupts festive period

Downing Street has distanced itself from calls by the transport minister, Chris Grayling, and Tory backbenchers for new anti-strike laws as unions plan a wave of industrial action this week and over the festive period.

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Source: Guardian Transport

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