French rail unions vow to strike as Macron axes workers’ privileges


Hours after French government unveiled details of its far-reaching rail reforms, rail union leaders said they were stepping up strike plans.

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France’s powerful rail workers’ unions vowed on Monday to strike “for a month” to block Emmanuel Macron’s move to scrap their special employment rights as he pushes through far-reaching reforms of the state network, reports The Telegraph.