Mick Lynch splits Question Time audience as he is groaned over ‘Spanish practice’ maintenance teams

RMT boss Mick Lynch split the Question Time audience last night as he was groaned at over the ‘Spanish practice’ of maintenance teams only operating at certain stations.

The programme’s host Fiona Bruce had questioned whether crews operating at stations as little as five minutes apart are not allowed to work at the other station, a policy Network Rail CEO Andrew Haines wants to scrap. 

Union leader Mr Lynch, who has led 50,000 rail workers on strike this week, said it was right ‘because they are two different regions’, prompting groans from the audience.

He added that assets and equipment are ‘entirely different on each region’, but was then berated by one audience member over his ‘Victorian attitude’. 

‘Mick that just doesn’t fly… Because it’s a different area people can’t go from Victoria to Charing Cross? That’s just ludicrous. It’s an absolutely ludicrous, unworkable situation,’ the audience member said. 

But another, who claimed he was a rail worker who has been on the…

Read the Full Article Here Dailymail

Written by Bourbiza Mohamed

A technology enthusiast and a passionate writer in the field of information technology, cyber security, and blockchain

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.

CNBC host Jim Cramer says Gen Z is broke because they buy too many ‘$14 margaritas’

Brisbane jury fails to reach a verdict in case of gay man accused of raping female friend