Workers on the Caledonian Sleeper will stage an eleven-day strike from 15 June against the company's threat to impose a pay freeze. With the employer already showing scant regard for staff welfare, the refusal to increase pay during these difficult times adds insult to injury. It is little wonder that nearly three-quarters of members voted in the RMT ballot, with 85% voting Yes to strikes.
This is exactly the sort of concerted action that can win, and in doing so, make it harder for all employer to freeze our pay. This strike deserves the active support of all rail workers.