UK train strikes, energy price hikes add to a week of turmoil


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Trian strikes, post office strikes, barrister strikes. The country is going to the poodle.

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40K+ runners turned up for the London Marathon, so I guess they all collectively ran to the venue ?

The question I guess some may be asking, is, will the UK be facing another "Winter of Discontent" but when the shoe is on the other foot...

Circumstances are somewhat different now from back then. And the convenience of a "War" upon which to push the blame, would be appealing to some in power - perhaps this is where we're heading.

Maybe there is another reason underlying all these troubles... The Planet is over-populated, we don't have enough resources to cater for everyone at present - that, is a fact. COVID failed to cull the population significantly, so the Nuclear option may be the only option left in these mad Politicians playbooks.

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More like a "Winter of Survival" than a "Winter of Discontent".

The UK has already agreed to build eight new nuclear reactors.

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The new UK Chancellor Kwasi Kwarteng sacked!

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