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RMT affiliation to the Labour Party.

Dear brothers and sisters

 

The next meeting of Neasden branch will be on 16th May at the torch pub, Wembley Park at 16.00.

 

As well as usual branch business there will be a discussion on whether or not the RMT should reaffliate with the Labour Party. This is part of the ongoing consultation process before a decision is taken at a Special General meeting on 30th May.

 

Come along and have your say.

ITP is dead. It won’t be missed. No more forced moves

 SFC reps have long been demanding a Transfer and Promotional system to end the merry go round of forced displacements and achieve promotional opportunities for stations members. To achieve a fair system, based solely on preference, the following will apply;

CSM & CSS waiting list order;

Report, TUC Disabled Workers’ Committee, 20 March 2018

TUC DISABLED WORKERS’ CONFERENCE 2018

Venue accessibility: We noted our success in getting the TUC to change the conference location to an accessible venue. We looked at the detailed access statement for the venue, and I asked that a relaxation space be allocated for the use of conference attendees.

RMT driver wins Employment Tribunal - Judge takes less than 5 minutes to hand down unfair dismissal judgement.

  RMT – Never on our knees!

SACKED FOR GETTING WATER!

An RMT member on the Bakerloo Line was dismissed for gross misconduct last year after a battle lasting nearly a year. The case was a stitch-up by management from beginning to end, with a non-safety related staff error presented as gross misconduct and numerous other alleged Code of Conduct charges invented in order to beef up a feeble CDI brief.

Report: RMT Disabled Members' Advisory Committee, 5 February 2018

The fourth meeting of RMT's Disabled Members' Advisory Committee was the best-attended yet. The Committee continues to grow in size, and all members attended the meeting and contributed to our lively discussions.

We confirmed that at our last meeting, the General Secretary had committed to tabling our proposals for union action on mental health to the National Executive, and were disappointed that this had not yet happened. This issue will be pursued.