With more train strikes looming, it feels like the whole country is headed that way anyway.
It's not just a lefty conspiracy – there's a real chance the government will try to break the rail unions
Unless you think your daily commute is more important than someone else's livelihood.
These workers are concerned with the extra shifts they'll have to work to run the Tube's new all-night service. But they should be grateful. A tired conductor could mean British bodies sizzling over a burning train carriage.
Expanding Underground service to run all night could end up making you work more, rather than party harder.
They're worried about their jobs if CalMac is bought out. The case poses tricky questions for the Scottish National Party's relationship with trade unions.
And in today's smarmy political landscape, that's what made him so powerful.