Neasden branch

Welcome to the Neasden Branch page of RMTLondonCalling

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Metropolitan Line and Jubilee Line North Branch (Commonly known as Neasden Branch) is responsible for members at 34 Stations, 4 Train Crew Depots, 2 Service Control Rooms, 5 Signal Cabins and 2 Revenue Control Depots.

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Click here for the link to the PDF of the branch dates for 2017.

GLA Elections:Supporting TUSC Candidates

The following resolution submitted by Neasden Branch was carried unanimously at the November 24th Regional council meeting.

The London Transport Regional Council states its intention to support Trade Union and Socialist Coalition (TUSC) candidates in the Greater London Assembly elections in 2012 and requests permission from the RMT Council of Executives to do so.

Maintaining current staffing levels on LU

The following resolution submitted by Neasden Branch was carried unanimously at the Regional Council meeting on November 24th.

This region notes that London Underground has advocated a four year pay deal as a deal that provides stability for the company and its staff.Now that the pay deal has been accepted, this region calls for an agreement achieving the same stability,over the same timescale,regarding staff numbers.

Total System And Communications Failure On Jubilee Line Friday Evening Exposes Lethal Dangers Of Driverless Trains

TUBE UNION RMT revealed today that a total communications and systems failure on the Jubilee Line for nearly an hour during the busy early evening period last Friday evening - 4th November - has exposed the lethal danger of Mayor Boris Johnson and TFL’s plans to bring in driverless trains.

Last Friday the screens in the control on the Jubilee Line went blank for 55 minutes from 18.50 hrs as main and back-up systems failed. Control did not know where units were in the deep tube system covered by the line.

GLA Elections

The following Resolution submitted by Neasden Branch was carried at the Regional Council meeting on 28th July.

This branch/Region supports the growing anti-cuts movement and we realise that a successful movement will require an industrial political strategy.
We realise that all three major political parties, including Labour,are making cuts in local authorities in London.