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News, reports and information for RMT members who work for London Underground Ltd

Police & Thieves. And Blurred Lines

Those of us who were involved in defending the London Bridge 3 have always held the belief, which was vindicated when LUL chose not to defend their decision to sack Lee Cornell at the ET, that the fare evader was no more than an anti social petty criminal who was spoiling for a row when he was challenged for not having a ticket.

The Grinch who stole my Xmas pay cheque

Why should you be in the RMT when LUL tell you there’s no need as we treat all staff with a degree of courtesy and respect?


How about this little Xmas cracker!


Member has had a horrendous year of personal struggle and grief.

Mental Health issues and a promise of support from LUL following a failed suicide attempt.


RMT London Underground Pay Claim 2019

The RMT pay claim for 2019 is attached. Please download it to read all the demands it has for tube staff, and share it with your colleagues.

Summary of demands
This document represents the RMT’s application on behalf of our members working for London Underground Ltd for an improvement in pay and conditions of service. Over the course of this document we will address the following issues:

1. A substantial pay award

2. A minimum flat rate increase for those on the lowest salaries

3. Reduction in the working week

4. Family friendly policies

Stratford Depot News January 2019: Pay claim update

Stratford Depot News is the newsletter for drivers at Stratford depot and across the Jubilee Line. It is produced by RMT activists.

In this edition:

  • A New Pay Claim For 2019 - The all grades pay claim will be led by the all grades union

  • Level 1 meeting update

  • Pool table coming to Fleet House

  • When unions laugh at job cuts, we all lose

  • New RMT Learner Rep

Please download the attached newsletter for all the latest info.

Meeting arranged to discuss Central Line dispute


Further to my previous Circular (IR/506/18, 21st November 2018) a series of talks with the Company took place at ACAS before Christmas in an effort to seek a resolution to this dispute. There was some movement on the key issues and the National Executive Committee took the decision to suspend the strike action on Friday 21st and Saturday 22nd December 2018.

Finsbury Park branch raises concerns about 'operation of POMs and system of accounting'


That we note the resolution from our Finsbury Park Branch; and concur with their concerns regarding the operation of POMs and the system of accounting that accompanies them.

Accordingly, we instruct the General Secretary to place a report urgently in front of this NEC.

Members to be advised by email and text.

Finsbury Park Branch and the London Transport Regional Council to be advised.

Industrial victory: Bakerloo Line South Group action suspended


That we note the report from the Lead Officer; and that the company agree with all our points and demands in this dispute and appear to be sincere in rectifying the unsatisfactory items.

This industrial victory is to the credit of our stations members, reps, activists and the Bakerloo Line Branch who have by their steadfastness and solidarity demonstrated their willingness to stand up to the company.