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‘No hard feelings’: the people’s view of the rail strikes

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Commuters and travellers from across the country are bracing for three days of rail strikes this week, as more than 40,000 workersgear up for the largest walkout on the rail network in over 30 years.Four people tell how they will be affected by the disruption, and share their views on the looming strike action.Nick Georgiou, 63, will cycle the 13 miles from Oldham to the library in Manchester where he works part-time.

It won’t be the first time he’s made the journey on his electric bike due to disruption on the rail service on the Greenfield to Manchester Piccadilly route. “More often than not, I get the train.

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