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Rishi Sunak plans to BAN ambulance strikes as top brass say it’s unfair soldiers will miss Christmas


Ambulance workers could be banned from going on strike under laws being considered by Rishi Sunak, it was revealed this morning after army bosses criticised plans for soldiers to fill the gaps.

The Prime Minister yesterday pledged to ‘protect life and livelihoods’ amid mounting fears about the impact of a co-ordinated wave of strikes this winter.

Top brass have reportedly told ministers it is ‘not right’ for soldiers, who are banned from striking, to fill in for roles over the festive period. 

It comes as Mr Sunak accused union chiefs of making unreasonable pay demands and said he had a ‘duty to take action’ to protect the public.

The Prime Minister yesterday pledged to ¿protect life and livelihoods¿ amid mounting fears about the impact of a co-ordinated wave of strikes this winter

The Prime Minister yesterday pledged to ‘protect life and livelihoods’ amid mounting fears about the impact of a co-ordinated wave of strikes this winter

Army bosses fear the plans for hundreds of soldiers to fulfill paramedic roles could harm the military’s ‘operational capability’.

A source told the Telegraph: ‘You’ve only got to look at a…



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