SHADOW Chancellor Rachel Reeves has begged Labour MPs to stay away from strike action.
With more rail and underground disruption due this Thursday to Saturday, sy het gese Labour’s policy “doesn’t involve going on picket lines”.
She told TalkTV her focus was on bringing parties together to “get an outcome that is fair”.
Vroeër, Labour leader Sir Keir Starmer insisted: “You can’t be in government around the Cabinet table and then go to a picket line.”
Several frontbenchers have previously defied him but kept their jobs.
Egter, the former shadow transport minister Sam Tarry was sacked after media interviews alongside members of RMT, his former union.
But Labour said he was ditched for making up policy on the hoof.
Strikes are due to take place in Londen op Donderdag, Friday and Saturday this week.
They will affect the underground, overground and buses.