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"Back then it was the great British disease. It was like the weather - something you put up with." The number and size of walkouts has dropped sharply since the days of the Miners' Strike in 1984-85 and the Winter of Discontent in the late 1970s. Click to see content: Workingdayslost In comparison, last year the number of working days lost through strikes - 170,000 - was the second lowest on record. "The level of action now pales into insignificance compared to the Winter of Discontent in 1978-79," กระเป๋าสตางค์ says Prof Gregor Gall from the University of Bradford. Then, a wave of crippling strikes spread across the country, leading ultimately to the collapse of the Labour government and the election of Margaret Thatcher. "It's so difficult to draw real comparisons because so much has changed," agrees Dr Crossman. Before the Thatcher administration, trade unions were more powerful, while the railways, British Airways and Royal Mail were all state-owned. "We would not be talking about a Southern rail strike, it would be a nationwide rail strike," says Dr Crossman. Image copyright PA Image caption London's Leicester Square filled up with rubbish as waste collectors went on strike during the Winter of Discontent Image copyright PA Image caption Dock workers also joined in the pickets in 1978-79 when it was easier for unions to organise strikes But there are also some parallels, experts say, such as stagnant wages for some workers, inflation edging back up, and the first fully Conservative government in almost 20 years. "It feels like there's an undercurrent of discontent building," says Andy Cook, chief executive of Marshall-James, which advises firms on industrial relations. "People are feeling the pinch," he says.