Not content with bringing London to a standstill, the RMT are threatening further strikes if remaining disputes are not resolved. 'I'm really pleased. It was a solid success,' Bob Crow said yesterday. 'The whole city ground to a halt and the disruption it caused was all over the papers.' Success seems to be something of a misnomer in this case; it’s more like a failure on the part of the RMT to grasp the concept of recession and come to an agreement with LUL without having to take two days off to think about it. They’ve also taken pains to point out that more strikes won’t happen next week because they have to give at least seven days’ notice. Well, that’s alright then.
Last Updated 12 June 2009