Britain is bracing for its biggest railway strike in more than three decades. Over 50,000 members from the rail union will be participating in a three-day nationwide strike starting tomorrow (June 21). It comes as talks over the union's request for a pay raise to match inflation failed to achieve much progress. Only half of Britain's rail network is expected to be operational on strike days. This is likely to affect major events, such as the Glastonbury music festival and national exams.
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