‘You WANT to wreck the recovery’: Minister Gove launches blistering broadside at union militants planning massive strike

by News on November 28, 2011

in Government Employee Unions, Pensions, Union Politics and Transparency

By James Chapman and Emily Allen/Daily Mail

Education Secretary Michael Gove launched a broadside at union leaders today accusing them of ‘wanting’ to wreck economic recovery and cause public misery.

He said at least 90 per cent of schools would be closed on Wednesday as part of the biggest day of strike action in more than 30 years, over public sector pensions.

And he made a last-ditch appeal to teachers to ‘pause and reflect’ before joining the mass walkouts, insisting they were being offered a ‘good deal’ by the Government.

Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2066955/Public-sector-pensions-strikes-2-3-schools-shut-airport-chaos-Army-standby.html#ixzz1f1GlZZuD

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