Militant unions are causing chaos across Europe as workers are led out of the workplace and onto the street.
Despite the ongoing strikes in the UK, with some form of walk-out taking place almost every day last month, and more NHS, teacher, and rail strikes scheduled for the coming weeks, the mayhem isn’t just unique to Britain.
From a nationwide strike in France over pension system reform, to trade union strikes in Italy and Spain, industrial action is gripping Europe’s economies.
Trade unions are leading workers out in droves to demand better pay and working conditions.
In France, nationwide strikes are taking place to protest plans from President Macron’s government for pension reform and to increase the retirement age from 62 to 64.
More than a million people marched in France yesterday as part of the national workforce protest, disrupting public transport, school, and much of the country’s civil service.
Some of the strikers clashed with police, with the worst trouble…