I assume the TFL connection is British Transport Police, lots of bobbies on the Tube...
15 posts • joined 17 Nov 2008
Wrt the posters saying its weight will break USB ports, I've used the 64MB and the 2GB version of this, it's a pretty small knife, nowhere near heavy enough to damage a port on a normal laptop.
For flights, the stick does unclip if you're going hand luggage only, or need it in a flight with the knife in your check in luggage.
And the smaller capacity versions do have the unusable nail file, which does make a reasonable screwdriver for smalllhead screws.
I'm not sure I understand your post. The right to strike is somewhat blurrily defined in UK law, certainly the requirements on the unions to call strikes are well defined, exactly what the workers' right to strike is is not as clear.
What I don't understand is your implication that it is possible to write an outsourcing contract which precludes the right to strike. Assuming that there is a right to strike (as I say not as clearcut as it could be), then Fujitsu or any other outsourcer would have no right to sign a contract where they committed that their employees would not strike.
I would assume that the Ts & Cs for Govt. contracts would be no different in this to private sector clients.
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