Cameron believes strike disruption is 'wrong'

David Cameron believes disruption caused by today's public sector strikes is "wrong", his official spokesman said.

David Cameron's policies have been criticised by public sector workers. Credit: PA

Asked whether the Prime Minister felt strikes in the public sector could ever be justified, the spokesman said: "Does the Prime Minister think that people in this country - parents, commuters, users of public services - should have their routines disrupted? Of course he doesn't think it is right."

Asked for the PM's assessment of the impact of today's strikes, the spokesman responded that Cameron would say "any disruption any user of public services experiences is wrong".

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