There is rolling coverage of today's strikes here
. For the political background to the trade unions' response to austerity, see Martin Smith's latest in the ISJ
. The Guardian, meanwhile, is reporting
that the British Medical Association - yes, that bastion of militancy - has voted for a strike ballot by some 87% at their annual conference.Listen
to Mark Serwotka mauling Francis Maude on the BBC this morning.
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