How will the new anti-strike bill affect workers?

Anti-strike legislation put forward by the Conservative party has passed the first tests allowing MPs to study it in detail.The Strikes Bill enforce minimum service levels during public sector strikes.This new bill could force some employees to work on days their union is striking and could face sanctions within work if they refuse.The UK government claims the law is meant to protect the public from the impact of industrial action.The government plans follow a wave of walkouts by frontline public sector workers such as ambulance staff, firefighters and railway workers.Unions and opposition MPs have condemned the proposals as unworkable.This controversial anti-strike legislation can potentially lead to more difficulties in reaching a deal and create more walkouts in the weeks ahead.