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RMT's Bob Crow on Labour's new leader

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How will Britain's labour movement respond to a Conservative led government about to embark on the deepest public spending cuts in a generation?

The answer may hinge on the relationship between the Labour party's newly elected leader, Ed Miliband, and the trade unions, whose support propelled him into the party's top job.

Bob Crow is the leader of the RMT. He talks of a looming class war, but what will Ed Miliband's Labour party do if the unions take to the barricades? Stephen Sackur talks to Bob Crow.

You can watch the full interview on Tuesday 28 September on BBC World News at 0330, 0830, 1530, and 2030 GMT and in the UK on BBC News Channel at 0230, 0430 and 2330 BST.

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