London Underground Ltd
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Today, your functional representatives attended ACAS, unfortunately despite the many options offered by the RMT London Underground management didn't budge.
We have stated many times that we can only discuss future plans for London Underground when they agree to stop implementing the changes without proper negotiations and discussions.
So far we haven't been able to see eye to eye. We remain hopeful and will attend tomorrow, however we are still unable to call the action off due to management’s reluctance to put a hold to the cuts and enter into meaningful negotiations.
Dear RMT members
Today we returned again to ACAS . Having adjourned over the previous weekend.
At today's talks there were some proposals made by management verbally , that whilst making some progress did not sufficiently address our core concern of LUL implementing the cuts/fit for stations proposals whilst we are in discussion negotiations.
The talks have adjourned now until 0900 tomorrow 11/02/14 .LUL have told us that they will revise their position and present it to the union .
This action is suspended - more here
Tube Union RMT confirmed today that following a ballot of members across London Underground in a dispute over jobs, services and safety that recorded a massive vote for both strike action and action short of a strike members are instructed to take action as follows:
The 4th issue of 'Fit for the Future: Trains' was produced prior to the second planned 'Every Job Matters' industrial action was suspended. It has an article on the success of our initial strike - which since publication is a view that has been proven correct. There is also an article about Mark Harding, an RMT activist arrested on the picket line, and several picket line photographs.
A meeting is being held to organise the 'Defend Mark Harding campaign. Mark was arrested off of a picket line and held in a cell for 13 hours, before receiving draconian bail conditions following an allegation from an apparent strike breaker.
The meeting will be for RMT members only but we welcome all support for the campaign.
RMT Paddington No.1 branch meeting this afternoon (Friday, 7 February 2014) was attended by 40 RMT members who carried the following resolution unanimously:
Dear RMT members. Please find below a update from me .
Today at 1000 hours we returned to exploratory talks with LUL , under the aspucies of ACAS in the dispute Every Job Matters.
This action is suspended - more detail here.
From RMT General Secretary Bob Crow
EVERY JOB MATTERS - DEFENDING JOBS ON LONDON UNDERGROUND
As the start of a 48 hour tube dispute approaches, we have received massive support for our upcoming action. The RMT and TSSA will be striking over job and pay cuts and the closure of ticket offices, vital for many including elderly and many disabled people. The strike action will continue for 48 hours from 9pm today (4th feb).
If you are reading this on the LUL intranet, much of the rest of this article will be blank as LUL blocks social media
Every job matters - Building for the dispute
Picket lines will be from 2100 on Feb 4 to cover night book- ons in depots and on stations etc. Contact Branch secretary’s for full details.
All the following picket lines will start from approximately 0445 right through until 2300 on Wednesday Feb 5 and from 0445-2059 on Feb 6.
LUL Engineering & Fleet have slightly different plans, please contact Branch Secs. directly.
TfL also will picket their locations slightly later. Please contact Branch sec for full details.