Speaking from Rwanda, Boris Johnson condemned the rail strikes after unions organised the biggest walkout in over three decades.
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Strikes have continued across Britain today with few trains travelling on the national network following a London underground strike on Tuesday. The prime minister stressed the benefits of “sensible reforms” for rail workers, insisting the government is investing in the country's railways.

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