Live train strike updates as second day of action takes place in Nottingham


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People aren’t being paid enough to survive, says one local

Liz Dodd, 36, who lives in Carlton, said: “This feels likea very particular issue to the railways but it is actually something that is effecting all of us, the cost of living crisis, the fact that the people who are earning the least and sometimes doing the most important jobs aren’t being paid enough to survive, to eat, to feed their familiies.

“I’ve come down here to show support for the railway workers but really it is a way to show support for everybody who is finding themselves in difficult times, and that includes families, doctors, nurses, teachers. If the Governent were prepared to negotiate I don’t think this strike would need to happen but beacuse they are not this is only really the only peaceful and democratic way of making the argument that people need a living wage”

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