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chickenwittle wrote:Have to agree , union don't come out of this well , they signed up to this previous agreement so surely they should have know the implications of it .
12 Oct 2017, 18:18
Nikellie wrote:Hardly a surprise was it?
The "establishment" finds in favour of the greedy corporate moguls.
It's made me more determined to put up a fight.
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daveyeff wrote:i thought that the reason for the injunction was on the grounds of its ''legality'', and that we were supposedly breaking that legality. not about who was going to be more financially scuppered by the strike. who would be affected the most.?? obviously it was going to be them,....that's why we were taking strike action ffs!! I am totally confused by this statement by the judge. it wasn't about them being more f****d than us!!
12 Oct 2017, 19:03
morgaith80 wrote: The above quote is just Dave Wards attempt to save face because he knows he's made an enormous balls up.
12 Oct 2017, 19:04
The Postman wrote:In the recent LTB I received it states that;
"In defending the case in court, while we firmly believe Royal Mail to be abusing the terms of our agreement, it has become clear that the legal test for obtaining an injunction turns upon which party is likely to suffer the greatest financial damage in the event that it is either granted or denied."
So my question is, in deciding which party would suffer the greatest financial damage, did the courts take into account how much leverage will be lost by the CWU by Royal Mail delaying the start of strike action past the Black Friday period and possibly past Christmas also. Did they take into account how much every employee of Royal Mail combined stand to lose in pay alone as no doubt after Christmas we'll have to strike for longer periods to have any effect. Also what about the difference from what we could have achieved in our pensions by hitting Royal Mail hard asap and what we will not be able to achieve as they can now simply wait it out?
12 Oct 2017, 19:33
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