The biggest rail strike in 30 years

Next week, much of the country's rail system will grind to a halt, as more than 40,000 rail workers join a national walkout. It's the biggest rail strike since 1989. So why are they striking? And how did the strikes of the 1970s and 80s bring us here?

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