A former railway signalman fears ‘blood and bodies on the track’
We speak to a union leader from Liverpool. Plus: waking up early for cricket on summer solstice
Dear members — today we hear from the boss of the RMT union in the North West and North Wales, who says public safety will be at risk if rail maintenance workers have to continue working at poor rates of pay, and that strikes could last the whole summer.
We also have a lovely story about an early morning game of cricket on summer solstice in Sefton Park, a nice tradition that finishes as the rest of the city starts its day.
Plus, we recommend a screening of a classic work of Italian cinema, Latin American music for children and the story of a 14-year-old girl from Liverpool who made the BBC Young Reporter shortlist.
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