The strikers now need to formulate sensible policies that all the various protest groups can agree on.
They need to start putting pressure on their unions to do two things ;
1) If the Labour government condemns the strikes and British workers defending their jobs, then the union members must remove themselves from their union political funds that are used by the unions to fund the Labour Party and they must also put pressure on their unions to cease funding the Labour Party.
Legal cases need to be started against the companies that do not advertise jobs for British workers before they import in foreign labour.
2) If their unions do not support them then resign their union memberships and join either Solidarity or set up workers councils to run their own affairs.
What next for the strikers ;
1) The workers have to put pressure on their unions to investigate the legality of the contracts that awarded the jobs to the foreign companies
2) The workers must send representatives to the other sites and form a communications network to co-ordinate future walk outs and strikes in order to target individual companies
3) The workers must identify and target both the companies that control the contracts and the companies that sign the contracts.
4) The workers must formulate clear demands such as ;
A) Companies should cease importing in foreign labour to fill British jobs
B) Job vacancies for British jobs should be advertised locally first and British workers allowed to apply
C) British workers should be allowed to apply for all jobs of all contracts that involve the creation of jobs in Britain
D) The right of foreign workers to work in Britain does not include the right to take British jobs from British workers
E) British jobs should be advertised for British workers before allowing foreign workers to take British jobs.
F) British workers should not be discriminated against by companies just because they are British.