However, the rest of the strikers can fook right off.
Let's take postmen as an example. I love my postman, a very jolly guy who always seems happy, but let's not pretend he does anything other than match the numbers on his letters and parcels to the number on the door. And for that he gets paid around £25k. That seems more than fair when compared to a supermarket worker who will be on minimum wage or slightly more for doing a far more difficult job (I know, I worked at Morrisons for one week). Postmen are important but they don't save lives.
Rail workers. Dear me, the vast majority are on very decent wages despite the fact the train service was a shambles long before the strikes started. And if they're so skint how come they can afford to strike every other day on no pay? If you don't like your job or salary do what most people do - quit and find a job that meets your requirements.
Driving examiners? Are you taking the piss? Again, if you don't like it find another job - what about a driving instructor for example, they seem to charge about £1000 an hour these days. Problem solved. Who cares if there's a shortage of examiners, the world isn't going to end.
Passport control? Fook off. You scan a passport and check the person in front of you matches the photo on the screen. It's basically the same job as a checkout person at the supermarket, without the friendly smile. You could pull someone off the street, give them a uniform and a 20 minute induction and they'd be good to go.
It'll be teachers before long as well. You know, those people who finish at 3pm and get about 12 weeks holiday a year.
Do you support these strikes or are people just taking the piss expecting the taxpayer/employer to make mass pay increases?