Cameron talks tough after a million public workers walk out
July 10 , 2014
Union leaders in Britain have accused David Cameron of being a “Bullingdon bully,” after the prime minister pledged that the election manifesto of Conservatives would take a tougher line on strikes.
Cameron’s comments were in response to a mass walkout of nearly one million workers of the public sector.
The British prime minister said the time had come for setting a "threshold" in union strike ballots, while questioning their validity. “It is time to legislate and it will be in the Conservative manifesto,” he said.