Get liberation from union blockheads: go on two wheels

7th Feb 2014

Whilst not wholly relevant to renewable energy or better handling of waste,  we felt the need to share this superb op-ed piece in today’s Times.  We love our bikes and some of even take them out of the garage and ride them.  The ultimate in green transport,  the humble bike is also helping London throw off the yoke of oppressive union bullying.  Once all these converts get a taste for the joys of getting to work on a bike,  London may finally become a cyclist friendly city.

Probably not the outcome Bob Crow and the RMT had hoped for but a happy outcome none the less.

http://www.thetimes.co.uk/tto/opinion/columnists/article3998048.ece


 

 

 

 

 

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