Dispute materials

Leaflets, posters, newsletters and other materials for use in RMT's industrial disputes

Bakerloo August 2010 Branch newsletter

Click on the link to download the latest Bakerloo Branch newsletter.

The main article follows:

RMT & TSSA unite to fight for jobs and safety!

RMT & TSSA members have sent a resounding NO to management’s plans to cut jobs and undermine safety on London Underground. With a yes vote for strike action of over 75%, the unions have announced a joint rolling campaign of strike action starting on Monday 6th September with an overtime ban for all grades at the same time.

August edition of RMT UP front

Click on the link to download the latest edition of RMT Up front.

The lead article follows:

Time to join the picket lines!

After months of talks, talks and more talks we have finally arrived at the point where our union is asking us to take industrial action in defence of jobs. This is not something that is asked lightly; but with a mandate for strike action from RMT members it is a question which can no longer be avoided and to which the answer must be emphatically in the affirmative!

Finsbury Park Monthly News - August 2010

Click on the attachment below to read or download the August edition of Monthly News, the newsletter of Finsbury Park branch.

In this edition:

  • JOB CUTS? NO WAY! Members vote to fight against job losses;
  • JOIN THE RESISTANCE TO THE GREAT ROBBERY! Monthly News lists some of the other disputes taking place across the country and explains the common thread that links them with ours - the ConDem government cuts programme;

'RMT London Calling' August 2010

The new issue of our 'RMT London Calling' newsletter asks how it is that TfL/LUL 'can't afford' frontline jobs and regular maintenance, but can afford massive salaries for directors. It also reports on the Alstom pay dispute, Euston escalator fire, Northern line runaway train and other issues, and replies in detail to last week's London Underground management bulletin about our industrial action ballot result.

Click '1 attachment' / file name to download it.

Open Letter from Finsbury Park Branch to ASLEF Members

Finsbury Park branch has written an open letter to all ASLEF members working at Arnos Grove and Seven Sisters depots explaining the reasons for the RMT strike ballot and asking them to support any action which we may take in defence of jobs, health and safety, and working conditions. It is a call for shopfloor unity and solidarity at a time when it is desperately needed if we are to successfully defeat LUL's savage cost-cutting plans. Click on the attachment to download a copy.