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Station Locations for Fit for the Future Announced: How to Review & Appeal your Location

LU has sent out displacement notices to members. Moves are due to take place in 2016.
At first glance it looks like around 1000 station staff have been forcbly dispplaced when they had preferenced reaining on their current areas. Ths is about 25% of all station staff.
Please download the new SFC News and distribute it as widely as possible.
There is a also a poster to download i word format. Local reps should insert their contact details and make sure it goes to every station on their group.

Dispute Materials: Reinstate Clara


Clara Osagiede, RMT cleaners’ secretary on London Underground, has been dismissed from her job for the crime of fighting for workplace justice for London’s transport cleaners.

Bosses at Interserve – a private contractor that LU use for cleaning – concocted a series of spurious charges in order to get rid of an activist who is a thorn in their side.

Interserve is a company with an appalling record on industrial relations across all their contracts in the railway industry which exploits their low-paid workers for as much profit as they can.

London Day Of Action Against Tube Cuts Solidly Supported By Passengers


A day of action against tube cuts on Friday (27th March) was solidly supported by passengers and Londoners, with thousands of leaflets distributed from stations across London. RMT and campaign group Hands Off London Transport, jointly organised the day which was joined by dozens of reps and activists from the RMT union, HOLT group and supporters.

London Transport Region Executive Report, March 2015

There will be a ballot of all members including Interserve members to reject pay offer and take industrial action
T&P Policy LUL not adhering to policy as part of Fit For The Future attacks on staff. This has been referred to Ad Hoc Directors and we will be seeking legal advice to defend our members disadvantaged by this flouting of T&P Policy.
There will be a referendum on the offer from the company.

Upfront Health & Safety News: March 2015

Here is the March 2015 edition of Upfront Health & Safety News; a newsletter for train drivers.

In this edition:

  • Oblique Images: Platform CCTV Problems Need Fixing
  • Policing Night Tube – 100 Cops Recruited
  • No Train Radio, No Problem!

Bermondsey Station: RMT & HOLT Demo Against Cuts


Mayor Boris Johnson and tube bosses plan to close the ticket office at Bermondsey station and cut frontline staff. This is a busy station with a vital ticket office which serves both local residents and those coming into the area to work, It also provides vital information and assistance to elderly and disabled passengers helping them to use London Underground.

Planned Ticket Office Closure Date - 29th March

Staff cuts planned locally including Bermondsey - 30%

We are protesting and taking action to stop the cuts from happening.

LT Regional Council Meeting - March 26th 1630 Unity House 39 Chalton St. london NW1 6JD


The London Transport Regional Council meeting will take place this Thursday at Unity House,39 Chalton St London NW1 6JD
The meeting will be in the board room on the 3rd floor
Please arrive early as the meeting will start on time.

Demo against ticket office closures - day of action Friday 27th March


Tube Ticket Offices - TfL Closure Plan Protests

REMINDER Day of Action: Friday 27th March

Transport for London is pressing ahead with closing all London Underground ticket offices and is doing so without consulting passengers or adequately trialling the impact first. This is in order that closed ticket offices can be leased out to retail businesses, a short-sighted step that will exacerbate already dangerously high and rising peak passenger through-flow.

RMT Referendum on Tube Lines Changes: Reject The Proposals


Referring to my previous Circular (IR/061/15, 2nd March 2015), Branches will recall that a resolution was received from our LU Engineering Branch advising that Tube Lines were imposing changes to our members’ terms and conditions. The General Grades Committee has considered this resolution and instructed me to write to Tube Lines to demand that these arrangements are not imposed and to conduct a referendum of the affected members with a recommendation to reject the proposals. The changes referred to are as follows:-

We Will Oppose Cuts By All Means - Including Industrial Action



Further to my previous Circular (IR/70/15, 12th March 2015), the meeting of Reps and Activists to discuss the possibility of further industrial action on London Underground in relations to defending jobs, services and conditions took place on Monday 16th March.

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