A Karen Millen Dresses strike on the London Underground disturbs the Boxing Day

While Londoners Karen Millen Sale were preparing Wednesday, December 26 to take advantage of Boxing Day, a holiday traditionally devoted to shopping and bargains, traffic was disrupted London Underground strike by drivers.

All subway Karen Millen Dresses lines were affected in the morning with partial closures or service slowed, according to Transport for London, the public body that manages public transport in the capital. The movement was launched by the drivers' union ASLEF due to a long feud with the http://www.karenmillen-shoppinguk.com direction of the premiums paid holidays.

Additional buses were put into Karen Millen Outlet service to serve central London and major shopping malls. At 7: 30 pm, queues were forming in front of the big names in ready-to-wear Oxford Street, the main shopping street of the capital. This is the third consecutive year that subway drivers decide Prom dresses to stop working on December 26.


Boxing day is a particularly busy day in the UK, Karen Millen Outlet due to significant reductions practiced by various brands. According to the website specialized in consumption and price comparison MoneySupermarket.com, some 2.9 billion pounds (3.5 billion euros) should be spent in the UK on the occasion of balances on December 26.

According to a site survey, Karen Millen Dresses nearly 4 million people in the country planned to go shopping that day, and more than 5 million had to make their purchases online. More cautious, the British Retail Consortium, British federation of trade professionals, has warned that the average basket of British buyers would be acceptable but not outstanding at the end of the year.