Loony EU Unions Ban Members From Using Computers

As strikes go, they don’t get much more ridiculous than this. Four EU trade unions are telling their members that they have no problem with them turning up for work during Wednesday’s industrial action against threats to jobs in Luxembourg, they just can’t use their computers:

“To support the strike in the Council and the forthcoming in the Commission and to show solidarity with the Inter-Institutional Trade Union Front in Luxembourg, the staff of the European Parliament in Brussels is invited to consider 5 June as a “NO PC DAY”. Staff can then go to work, but it is strongly urged not to use computers throughout the day.”

Picket lines 2.0…




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