The leader of the largest public sector union promises to mount the most sustained campaign of industrial action the country has seen since the general strike of 1926, vowing not to back down until the government has dropped its controversial pension changes.Oh wait, they're complaining of having to retire at 66 instead of 60, and actually contribute to some of their benefits, much like the common peasants. To this end they're threatening a rolling strike, stopping the services of the Bureau of Silly Walks and the Department of Redundancy Department.
I have readers in Great Britain, so here's my advice: When the local paper shufflers go on strike, visit the site they've shut down, and toss enough Molotovs to burn the building down. One or two ought to do it as the fire brigades will be out on strike with the rest. With the building gone, and the paperwork and endless forms gone with it, your local economy should perk up right smartly.
The newly unemployed drones will be unable to apply for unemployment without an agency to help them, and will quickly succumb to starvation. Britain will become Great again, and you can help it along!