It's not though. All of these can cause the same or worse problems then striking. Disruption, canceled services, etc. So, surely then they should also be included for having minimum levels of service? Otherwise it is very clear that this actually isn't about giving a commuter the right to get a minimum service, but a politically motivated attempt to stop rail staff from withdrawing their labor so as to eradicate their terms and conditions and the unions who work to protect them, which no doubt it actually is in reality, when we examine the record of the conservative party when they have had majorities.