Rail Strikes: RMT chief Mick Lynch says Grant Shapps ‘flexing his right-wing muscles’

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Rail Strikes: RMT chief Mick Lynch says Grant Shapps ‘flexing his right-wing muscles’ | The RMT’s general secretary Mick Lynch says the Transport Secretary Grant Shapps is getting ‘more and more hysterical’ over the rail strikes, saying he is ‘flexing his right-wing muscles’ to impress the new prime minister.

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