Last month's ballot result for industrial action by British Airways cabin crews showed how widespread the fear and anger about management attacks was.
With an 80 percent turnout, it was not just a militant minority who voted by 92.5 percent to strike.
The BBC described the move as "nuclear". But British Airways left its cabin crew with no choice.
Yet we were denied the right to strike by the courts. How can any strike ballot be legal under these anti-union laws? There will always be a turnover of staff in big organisations like BA.
Even if you took out the 1,000 union members who should not have got ballot papers there would still have been a huge mandate for a strike.