Cleaners Protest At Stratford Station
RMT cleaners will be holding a protest joined by General Secretary Bob Crow outside of Stratford Station at midday on the day of the Olympic Opening Ceremony - 27th July.
Cleaners will be protesting for a London Living wage and Olympic Bonus. These are the workers who will be clearing up after up to a million extra passengers have travelled each day on London's public transport during the Olympic period.
Over the first weekend of the Olympics, cleaners working for Initial and ISS on London Underground as well as those working for Carlisle on the DLR will also be taking industrial action.
RMT have launched a major campaign with Labour Start for an Olympic Bonus and living wage for cleaners - read more and get involved here.
Executive decision on cleaners ballot result
RMT's executive said "We congratulate our members on their determination to fight for better pay and conditions for this super-exploited and badly-treated workforce."
"We instruct all members on this contract to take strike action by not booking on for any duties starting on or after 05:30 on Friday 27 July and to return to duties starting on or after 05:30 on Sunday 29 July."
You can read about the decision to take industrial action here.
TfL members are also taking further industrial action on the day of the Olympic openeing ceremony for an Olympic bonus and will be at the protest at Stratford.