Vandals have attacked the home of Sir Fred Goodwin, the former Royal Bank of Scotland boss. It’s been reported that a group angry about his record pension have claimed responsibility for the attack. In the UK, Sir Fred has become public enemy number one after refusing to return his massive pension pot, after his bank was bailed out by the tax payer.
Meanwhile in France, workers are holding their boss hostage in a factory outside Paris in a row over job losses.
Newshour will be looking at this issue later today and we’d like to know what you think. These examples are obviously illegal: but is direct action ever appropriate? Is this the only way to get the bosses to listen? Or does it only ever undermine the cause and attract negative attention?