RMT declares new tube strike dates as London Underground wreck talks and confirm even worse cuts to jobs, services and safety
In the April 2014 edition of Jubilee South Train Drivers Newsletter:
- Withdrawal of ANP is another step toward Driverless Trains
- Every Job Matters talks update
- Reps Under Attack
- May Day - don't mourn organise
- member's cases
This is the RMT’s charter for London Underground train drivers. It lists our key demands and ‘lines in the sand’ – issues which we see as crucial to achieve or defend for those members working in the grade of train driver. Several of these issues are also essential for other London Underground grades and transport workers in all industries.
The latest edition of 'Every Job Matters: Dispute Report - Trains' has been released as we prepare for five days of strike action over cuts on London Underground. Please print it out and put on your noticeboards, and share on social media.
New Strike Dates Called: Get Ready For Action!
After our recent successful strikes on The Underground your union managed, by solid industrial action and public opinion, to force LU back around the table to consult on their future plans for the job. Your union was expecting the worse and we weren't left disappointed.
RMT Station grades – recruitment and organising day
Meet at Morden station at 1030 on Thursday 24 April
Followed by the Station grades at 1430 at the Exmouth Arms
Please come along and help recruit and build for action to defend our jobs
here is the latest revised edition of rmtlondoncalling
read about strike date details and issues from around the region
Massive vote for strike action on pay, jobs, cuts and Driver Only Operation on Heathrow Express
RAIL UNION RMT today announced that staff have voted by huge majorities across Heathrow Express for industrial action in response to a package of multi-million pound cuts which amount to an all-out assault on pay, jobs and safety.
The strike vote was almost nine to one with an even bigger majority for action short of a strike. The results will now be considered by RMT’s executive.
RMT Members on London Underground are to take five days strike action, split over two weeks, in reaction to London Underground bosses continued threat to cut hundreds of jobs.
"As a result of the disgraceful outcome of the talks at ACAS and the breach of trust between ourselves and the company we agree that further strike action and action short of strike action is absolutely necessary to further this union’s central objectives to defend the job and protect the travelling public. Accordingly we instruct all our members, excluding Fleet staff, not to book on for any shifts that commence between:-
Special joint meeting sponsored by Jubilee South, H&C and Morden & Oval branches
At Exmouth Arms 1600 Wednesday 23 April
All members welcome
Stand together and fight for what's right
This is the fight of our lives for our jobs now and in the future
Please download , print and display the attached flyer
Read the latest edition of rmtplatform
Unions force management to reveal extent of cuts plans affecting every grade. LU isn’t budging yet....
Get ready to strike again!
Talks give us 5 reasons to keep fighting
-Huge scale displacements
-Lower grades disadvantaged
-more work. less customer service
- fewer front line staff
please download, print and display in your workplace