Below is a twitter exchange that only too clearly shows strikers don’t give a tinker’s cuss about the consequences of their strike. The tweets are self-explanatory. lucille2067 @lucille2067 @matt_dathan Can choose their own hours, gold plated pensions. Hurting the poorest. Told striker that. @MayorofLondon. @BorisJohnson
MPS(n)P @MPS_n_P @lucille2067 @MayorofLondon @BBCTomEdwards @BBCLondon949 again – that’s sort of the point? Not sure why people are feigning surprise now.
lucille2067 @lucille2067 Striker says hurting poorest, costing industry millions is “sort of the point” @MayorofLondon @BorisJohnson #RMT twitter.com/MPS_n_P/status…
lucille2067 @lucille2067 #RMT want their 2 grand pension linked! If poorest suffer, small businesses go to wall, think that is price worth paying? @MayorofLondon
MPS(n)P @MPS_n_P @lucille2067 @MayorofLondon @BBCTomEdwards @BBCLondon949 disruption IS the point of strikes, regardless of your opinion on morality
@MPS_n_P now says he is not a striker, he is a crown servant who supports the strikers.
A typical salary of a tube worker is £50,000 confirms the BBC. Boris Johnson said the strike was “payback” because the Tories won GE15 and the date had been picked to coincide with the Budget. On London Tonight, a retail chief says the cost to London will be tens of millions.