We ask Liverpool: How will the train strikes affect you? Are you in favour of industrial action?

What affect will the strikes have on the everyday lives of Liverpudlians and are you in support of the strike?

Railway workers across the North West are taking part in a huge national strike in the biggest walk-outs the country has seen in decades.

The planned action surrounds dispute over pay, jobs as well as health and safety.

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The industrial action will take place on June 21, 23, 25 and will see the Merseyrail network shut down as well as the national services.

But what affect will it have on the everyday lives of Liverpudlians and are you in support of the strike?

‘I'll just cycle instead’

Lewis tells us how the train strikes will affect him

Lewis said: "I normally get the train from Roby into Lime Street, but I'll just cycle in instead, so it's not the end of the world."

’We're going to avoid the railways’

Anne tells us how the train strikes will affect her

Anne said: "We usually get local rail over to New Brighton, West Kirby, so we're going to avoid the railways and use the buses. It kind of takes you back on your options."

‘I might get to where I'm going and not be able to get back’

Lynne tells us how the train strikes will affect her

Lynne said: "I was going to go away not next week but the week after. I'm going to put that on hold because I might get to where I'm going and not be able to get back.”