Finsbury Park branch

Includes all cleaners, plus London Underground station staff on the Victoria Line and from Knightsbridge eastwards on the Piccadilly Line; plus drivers at Seven Sisters and Arnos Grove depots

Piccadilly News September 2015

Piccadilly News is the newsletter for train drivers on the Piccadilly Line. In this edition:

    • False charge
    • Premeditated decision
    • Justice for Paul = Justice for all
    • Attendance management abuses
    • SPAD management abuses and weak brakes
    • Cockfosters depot opening turns into a farce

You can download and distribute the newsletter using the link below.

RMT Calls Meeting Over Dismissal of Interserve Members


A resolution has been received from Finsbury Park Branch which is as follows: -

“Finsbury Park Branch calls on the General Secretary to conduct a ballot for industrial action among our Interserve cleaning members on LUL to deal with systematic deductions of pay from our members and routine harassment and dismissal of our members.”

Piccadilly News July 2015: Ballot For Industrial Action Announced

  • Piccadilly News is the newsletter for tube train drivers at Arnos Grove, Acton Town and Northfields. You can download, print and distribute the newsletter using the link below.


Finsbury Park Branch Newsletter June 2015

This newsletter is for members of the Finsbury Park branch of London Transport. In this edition:

  • Vote Yes, Yes & Yes Again
  • Representatives & activists under attack -
    • Paul Okoro driver at acton town
    • Dawn Everest
    • Glen Hart – station supervisor
  • Glenroy Watson: what’s happening?
  • around the branch.

Special cleaners members meeting- June 10 BlueEyed Maid 1500


ISS/Interserve/AGS contracts

Special grades meeting on Wednesday June 10th

Blue Eyed Maid at 1500

Borough High St

London SE1

nearest station London Bridge/Borough

All members welcome, we want to hear your views and have your feedback on the disputes we have currently on LUL contracts.
The Council of Executive member and the Regional Organiser will be there to hear your views.

London Transport Regional Council

Th next meeting of the London Transport Regional Council will be on Thursday 24 September 1630-1830

Please try and attend and make sure your own branch is represented at this important organising meeting.

There will be reports from the Counil of Executive member John Reid and from the Regional Organiser John Leach.

LTRC meeting April 30 at 12 Pins 262 Seven Sisters Rd Finsbury Park

Next meeting of the LT Regional Council will be held at 12 Pins 263 Seven Sisters Rd N4 2DE
Nearest station Finsbury Park

30 April 2015
Time 1630 - 1830
Please arrive on time as the meeting will start at 1630 prompt

Regional Organiser John Leach and EC member John Reid will be there to report and answer any questions.

Ballot for Alex returned a yes vote - now build for action

There is a meeting at Unity House on Thursday to discuss and plan for action for the reinstatement of Alex McGuigan.
The ballot returned a positive result and it's now our duty to ensure that democratic decision by our members is carried out to the best of our abilities.
Please try and come down to this very important meeting.
Build for action.
Reinstate Alex McGuigan

19/2/2015 at 1600
Unity House
39 Chalton St
London NW1 1JD
Nearest stations; Euston, Kings Cross

In Solidarity

Eamonn Lynch

RMT LT Reg Sec

Reintate our reps now - demo outside Sodexo HQ Nov 14 1100

Campaigners fighting union-busters SODEXO to link up with Orgreave justice fight in London on Friday

ACTIVISTS FROM transport union RMT, fighting union-busting outsourcing outfit SODEXO, will be linking up with campaigners from the Orgreave Truth and Justice Campaign in central London on Friday as both organisations seek to apply pressure for justice in their respective campaigns.

Dispute On Piccadilly Line Over Cross Line Working

There is a flyer attached to this post, please distribute it amongst colleagues.

Over the last festive period Piccadilly trains ran a service down to Ealing Broadway. This was on the understanding from management it was one off and to help with the engineering works.

Why management are doing this
Management have produced the Xmas duties for this year and, again, it shows duties going to Ealing Broadway. Our union believes this is a management ploy to establish the principle of cross-line working.

No genuine reason