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UK must face the biggest day of Industrial Activity for over decade tomorrow when seven unions plan to leave on strike.

Schools across the strip will close on Wednesday of country in what becomes de facto general beat like train drivers civil servants, employees of airports and universities join teachers in Industrial Activity.

There are 500,000 workers on strike in seven unions. in the biggest day of Industrial Activity in over decade, according to the Congress of Trade Unions.

The joint action comes after the collapse of talks between the government and the National Education Union (NEU) to prevent strikes. on Monday and more as a consequence, more than 12,000 schools are expected to be completely or partially closed.

Train drivers will take part in fresh round of strike tomorrow, with drivers from union Aslef and wider rail union RMT plans walk out on 1 and 3 February.

railroad delivery group, body which represents railway companies, said only about 37% of Rail transport is expected run, with no trains in Some parts of country.

Airports to be affected as passengers were told to expect longer waits times border guards are expected join Action.

They take into account for about 10 percent of 100,000 civil servants who hit on 1st of February.

Phil Douglas, director-general of Border Guard speaking at an aviation conference in the center of London, said: “That’s all out.

“All members of the PCS (Public and Commercial Services Union) are full out on strike tomorrow.

But we planned for this is for weeks and months.

“Of course there will be some crashes and queues.”

He added: “I don’t rule out further strikes. union has a mandate until May.”

Planned next steps for coming weeks like thousands of ambulance workers in Unison in five services in England, strike on February 10, g. union announced.

In the midst of an increasingly bitter dead end over public sector pay, Rishi Sunak on Monday said he would like to “wave a magic wand” to raise NHS salaries, but the government needs to pull itself together. on inflation, which meant responsible about borrowing.

PM suggests wage hike could fuel ‘vicious cycle’ of inflation or tax increases.

“Where are we with taxes at the moment, we can’t supply them up Any more is true and we need receive them down,” he said.

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