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From: Article posted to home page Notebook, 12 October 2017: Brief articles and notes on the Socialist Party website

Search site for keywords: Cleaners - Demo - Pay - London - London underground

Justice for Tube cleaners demo

Joseph Mambuliya, London underground cleaner, Socialist Party member and chair of the RMT London Underground cleaners grade committee, explains why the cleaners are demonstrating today.

The demands are:

A few pictures

RMT cleaners protest 12 October 2017

RMT cleaners protest 12 October 2017   (Click to enlarge)

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RMT cleaners protest 12 October 2017

Tube cleaner Joseph Mambuliya, chair of the RMT London Underground cleaners grade committee, addresses the RMT cleaners protest 12 October 2017   (Click to enlarge)

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Mick Cash RMT general secretary addresses the RMT cleaners protest 12 October 2017, photo Pete Mason

Mick Cash RMT general secretary addresses the RMT cleaners protest 12 October 2017, photo Pete Mason   (Click to enlarge)

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National Shop Stewards Network (NSSN) banner on the RMT cleaners protest 12 October 2017, photo Pete Mason

National Shop Stewards Network (NSSN) banner on the RMT cleaners protest 12 October 2017, photo Pete Mason   (Click to enlarge)

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RMT cleaners protest 12 October 2017, photo Pete Mason

RMT cleaners protest 12 October 2017, photo Pete Mason   (Click to enlarge)

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RMT cleaners protest 12 October 2017, photo Pete Mason

RMT cleaners protest 12 October 2017, photo Pete Mason   (Click to enlarge)

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