With the junior doctors’ strike this week, industrial action is back in the news.
And Labour have taken the unusual step of strongly backing the strike, with Jeremy Corbyn describing the treatment of the junior doctors as “appalling”.
Do you think it was right for Labour to take that stance?
Over the next month, tube workers are going to take three full days of strike action.
Should Labour take a position backing that strike?
In September, John McDonnell said that Labour would now automatically take a position supporting strike action when called.
Do you agree that Labour should take this approach?
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