Been musing on how it all went down back in the day ( in light of Public Sector only Day of Action upcoming)....... Completely different kettle of fish - but what orders were given to the Armed Forces at the time? Perilous economic times.....only 7 years previously, the then Home Secretary ( um....one Winston S Churchill) had ordered tanks onto the streets of Clydeside, fearing a Bolshevik uprising .....The Invergordon Mutiny took place five years later - but over a specific pay cut . In 1926, with Oxford students manning buses and trams - did Joe Public have to pay the standard fare ? Or was it all run as an emergency service, until the strike breaking was accomplished? Hmmm......Challengers in Chelsea Gardens anyone ?