Or even a union?
And then around 20% of all workers in the UK will have lost the right to strike. Their ability to force their employer to take their pay claims seriously will have gone.
The point of a union, of a strike, is to be able to, err, strike back at an oppressive employer.
But the state is wise, benevolent, omniscient. It should, according to Sud, determine who works where, doing what, living in what type of house, edit our diets and all the rest. Anyone who argues back at this is a fascist.
So, why aren’t public sector unions fascists for disagreeing with the decisions of a democractic government?