Regional Council leaflets
“When the Jubilee works are complete there will be three lines in London – the Jubilee, Victoria and Central – which will operate on an automated system,
It is a fact – though not a widely known fact – that as we speak most of the Jubilee Line currently operates under automatic train operation, from Stratford to Neasden.
In other words the driving of the train is done by computer rather than manually
Click on the attachment to see the latest 'RMT up front', newsletter of the RMT train grades committee.
Bend it like Beckham!
Becks can bend a ball, but not half as much as LU can bend standards and procedures
Remember the disgraced tycoon Robert Maxwell? He used to ask his legal advisors for their legal opinion; if he didn’t like their answer, he’d sack them, and get a new legal advisor. He’d repeat the process until he got the opinion he wanted. LU is no better. They have standards to ensure health and safety is maintained, if they don’t have enough staff to ensure standards and procedures are carried out correctly, they just bend the rules to suit them.
August's issue of the Regional Council newsletter reports on the various groups of workers fighting back around the region; welcomes our victory in defeating ticket office closures; tells readers about the effective recruitment day on the Docklands Light Railway; asks for your support to stop the privatisation of Tyne & Wear Metro; asks what next for revenue control?; advertises our upcoming conference on industrial disputes; and provides a 'know your rights' guide for LUL staff about medical appointments.
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