Commuters CELEBRATE rail strikes as they make plans to WFH while unions grind country to a halt


Commuters across the UK are celebrating ahead of the biggest rail strike in more than 30 years as it means they will be able to work from home.

While some have expressed frustration at the inconvenience of having to make their own way to the office, many are looking forward to dusting off the home office equipment and returning to home-working habits for the first time since the early days of the pandemic.

Members of RMT union at Network Rail and 13 train operators will strike next Tuesday,…



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