Industrial action won't get us anywhere
Published 28/01/2010 | 05:00
THE starting gun has sounded on a slow-burning campaign of industrial disharmony in the public sector.
This self-destruction is evidence of a frustrated anger among ordinary working people, who have been made to pay for the offences of others.
Public sector workers have not been able to waffle their way out of their undeserved punishment for the economic incompetence of recent years.