Britain braces for ‘mini-lockdown’ chaos on ‘Walkout Wednesday’: 500,000 workers are set to stage £200M ‘General Strike

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Britain braces for another ‘mini-lockdown’ chaos as sector workers including 300,000 teachers, trainer drivers, and civil servants are set to hit the street in a strike.

According to reports, about seven million children will be affected by the general strike as they would have to put their education on hold.

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An estimated 85 percent of English and Welsh state schools – up to 23,000 in all – are expected to close their doors to some or all of their pupils, who will be forced to stay at home with their striking teachers not setting them to work.

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Reports say that teachers have planned that during the ‘Walkout Wednesday’, the striking teachers will join 100,000 civil servants, 70,000 university staff, and thousands of train drivers and border force staff in staging industrial action.

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The general strike is expected to cost the economy £200 million and amount to a ‘mini-lockdown, with about 500,000 workers in total resigning from their jobs and also there and millions of people forced to work from home.

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