Finnish PM blasts nurses' union

NewsRoom Finland, November 22, 2007 Matti Vanhanen (centre), the
Finnish prime minister, on Wednesday faulted the Union of Health and
Social Care Professionals (Tehy) for what he said was an exceptionally
heavy-handed form of industrial action. "Targeting industrial action on
targets where, according to official estimates, the result would have
been the loss of human lives within hours is unprecedented in the
history of Finnish industrial action," Mr Vanhanen said at a Finnish
Central Chamber of Commerce event. Mr Vanhanen added the union should
have warned its members what kind of consequences they would face in
the event of deaths ... Finnish