Strike negotiations may be needed in coming months
Strike negotiations might be of assistance in the months ahead.
Strike negotiations might prove useful for a number of British firms in the coming months, if recent suggestions are anything to go by.
Len McCluskey, the general secretary elect of Unite - Britain's biggest union - has stated workers in the UK have a right to protest.
He told BBC Radio 4's Today: "I am not calling for the government to be brought down, but we have a right to demonstrate against their decisions."
McCluskey added their cuts agenda is "morally wrong and economically dangerous" and suggested it is the duty of Britons to protest if they feel the government is doing something wrong.
This follows the recent reports that London Underground drivers are considering walking out on April 29th, the day of the Royal Wedding.
Union officials at Aslef warned drivers might take action as a dispute about bank holiday pay, which saw workers strike on Boxing Day, remains unresolved.