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david cameron's government setting its sights on trade unions proposing tougher laws on strikes to make it harder to disrupt public services , the measures will require a turnout of at least fifty , sent in ballots for industrial action , and in key sectors such as health and transport a walkout would need the backing of at least forty percent of eligible voters , the government wants to prevent scenes like this , but the plan has prompted a showdown with trade unions who say to make legal action almost impossible , reuters carly mcclendon is watching events from westminster said the trade unions are predictably furious about these plans have described as a personal attack alaskans rights and the opposition %HESITATION labor policy are also angry they've said it's politically motivated i'm the governor trying to drive a wedge between workers and employers people affected by these strikes don't get devotes a prime minister first promise the changes before his reelection and now with a tory majority it's likely to gather enough parliamentary backing to pass , current prime minister david cameron could be setting himself up for a summit about , business lobby groups say the new measures will be good for balancing workers rights and the public need , london underground stuff a set of workout for a second time next month , but if the government gets its way disrupting the city could be about to get a lot harder