Today has been a fantastic success and there will be more strikes in June, at the end of the summer, the winter, next spring and on and on and on.
We need to make it clear that the coalition of resistence we have with groups such as students and senior citizens is generating momentum.
Have today's public sector strikes had the desired impact or did they simply fall short?
Unions have warned that strikes by public sector workers in the row over pensions will continue following a day of walkouts and protests.
UKBA workers strike against government cuts, but can Britain's borders be properly policed with a cut to their workforce?