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31 March 2010

Fight the decimation of London tube jobs

Anyone watching the news over the last week could not have failed to notice the saturation coverage depicting British Airways workers and RMT members as mad militants intent on destroying their companies and indeed threatening civilisation as we know it, writes Reg Johnstone.

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17 March 2010

Tube Lines: Another fine mess

ANOTHER DISASTER for privatisation. Tube Lines, the company responsible for maintenance and upgrade work on the Jubilee, Northern and Piccadilly lines of the London Underground has been branded as "ailing...

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10 March 2010

London Underground signals victory

On 5 February London Underground (LU) signal maintainers took 24 hour industrial action over management's attempts to impose rosters, breaches of framework agreements and outsourcing of work, writes London Underground Signal Maintainer.

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6 January 2010

London Underground: Battle lines are drawn

RMT members on London Underground are justifiably annoyed at the paltry pay award. We were awarded only 1.5%, and at the same time Transport for London (TfL) have increased fares in the capital by record...

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9 September 2009

Significant victory for tube workers

RMT wins no compulsory redundancy position but future battles loom: London Underground (LU) has retreated in the face of RMT's strike campaign. They have guaranteed that no RMT members will face compulsory redundancy as a result of the underground's current cost review...

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22 July 2009

Tube workers' action wins concessions

The strike action taken by RMT union members last month has forced London Underground management into significant concessions. An LU worker writes.

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16 July 2009

RMT cannot accept Compulsory Redundancies

The strike action taken by RMT members last month has forced London Underground (LU) management into significant concessions...

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16 July 2009

RMT cannot accept compulsory redundancies

The strike action taken by RMT members last month has forced London Underground (LU) management into significant concessions...

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London Underground strike by RMT tube workers, photo by Paul Mattsson

London Underground strike by RMT tube workers, photo by Paul Mattsson

17 June 2009

Tube workers on strike

RMT members on London Underground were on 48-hour strike from 9-11 June. This reduced the tube to a skeleton service, staffed by untrained office staff and Aslef and TSSA members who had been told by their...

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10 June 2009

London Underground: Solidarity with strike over jobs and pay

TRANSPORT UNION RMT members on London Underground are taking strike action from 9-11 June. The decision has not been taken lightly. Many of us can ill afford to lose two days pay in these difficult economic times, writes Reg Johnstone, RMT member.

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15 April 2009

London Underground: Set a new strike date

THE RAIL union RMT received a massive democratic mandate from the 41% of members who voted in our recent strike ballot at London Underground, writes Reg Johnstone.

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18 February 2009

Defend every job on the tube

London Underground are to cut 1,000 jobs, already they are seeking voluntary redundancies. If these aren't taken up they will no doubt come back and attempt to sack workers, writes Roger James, an underground worker.

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28 May 2008

Johnson's Prince of Darkness

LONDON'S NEW Tory mayor Boris Johnson has appointed a ruthless private equity businessman as his "first deputy mayor" in charge of transport, writes Roger Shrives.

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28 May 2008

Industrial news in brief

Tube cleaners ballot for action, Insult to postal workers: Cleaners working for private contractors on London Underground are balloting for strike action over pay and conditions...

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9 April 2008

Tube strike called off after winning concessions

Rail unions RMT and TSSA have called off their proposed three-day strike on London Underground after winning a number of concessions from management on health and safety issues, writes Reg Johnstone, RMT.

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2 April 2008

Tube workers strike to defend network safety

Bob Crow, rail union RMT general secretary, announced at a press conference on 29 March that RMT and TSSA London Underground members would take 72 hours of continuous strike action from 6:30pm on Sunday 6 April, writes Greg Maughan.

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13 February 2008

London Underground: Strike ballot in safety row

London Underground: Strike ballot in safety row : The rail union RMT has told London Underground (LUL) that more than 5,500 station staff and train operators are in dispute over a whole raft of safety and staffing issues... By Reg Johnson, RMT

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13 February 2008

Tangled web at Metronet

OUTRAGEOUS, SCANDALOUS, disgraceful... are a few of the printable words to describe the government's 2 billion bail-out of Metronet - the failed London... By Simon Carter

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6 September 2007

Strikers solid in London tubes stoppage

RMT strike: London tube workers strike in September 2007 after Metronet bankruptcy, photo Paul Mattsson

RMT strike: London tube workers strike in September 2007 after Metronet bankruptcy, photo Paul Mattsson

THE STRIKE on most of London's tube system, the parts previously maintained by the bankrupt Metronet company, had a huge effect...

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19 July 2007

Metronet - bankrupt firm, bankrupt PPP

METRONET, THE private company responsible for maintaining and upgrading two-thirds of London's underground network under the notorious public-private partnership PPP scheme (part-privatisation), is heading for administration...

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