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23 April 2014

Every job matters: Support the Tube workers' strike

RMT members on London's tubes will strike on 28-30 April

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16 April 2014

RMT: Put the tube strike back on and escalate

The six weeks of talks since the tube strikes early this year have exposed London Underground (LU). It continues to demand 953 job losses and another 900 front-line jobs will become managers.

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Bob Crow speaking at the NSSN's lobby of the TUC, 24.4.13 , photo N Cafferky

Bob Crow speaking at the NSSN's lobby of the TUC, 24.4.13 , photo N Cafferky

11 March 2014

Bob Crow - A great fighter for the working class

The Socialist Party is shocked and deeply saddened to hear of the death of Bob Crow, general secretary of the Rail Maritime and Transport union - an uncompromising fighter for the working class and a champion of many important causes

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Kings Cross, 5.2.13, photo Helen Pattison

12 February 2014

Tube strike first round: Trade Unions 1 - Johnson 0

As we go to press a second planned 48-hour London tube strike has been called off. The RMT and TSSA rail unions suspended their industrial action after London Underground (LU) bosses have been forced to

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RMT Pickets , photo Paul Mattsson

12 February 2014

London tube stoppages show workers can win

The London Underground dispute is already having the effect of lifting up the sights of trade unionists. Following the successful first strike management has suspended implementation of all elements of their cuts plan until 8 April.

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RMT and TSSA memebers protesting against the threatened London Underground cuts, photo Paul Mattsson

RMT and TSSA memebers protesting against the threatened London Underground cuts, photo Paul Mattsson

5 February 2014

Stop the tube cuts: Support the strikes!

As we go to press the RMT and TSSA unions on the London Underground (LU) are preparing for two rounds of 48-hour strike action on 4 and 11 February

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29 January 2014

Determined strikes can stop London Underground in its tracks

With the Olympics a fading memory, London Underground (LU) intends to implement the years of austerity that it had to forgo in order to keep tube workers onside for the games

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Protesting against the proposed London Underground ticket office closures and job cuts, photo Paul Mattsson

Protesting against the proposed London Underground ticket office closures and job cuts, photo Paul Mattsson

15 January 2014

RMT v Johnson: Union prepares to defend London Underground

The RMT London tube workers have voted by 77% in favour of action against the brutal attack on jobs and terms and conditions by London Underground, TfL management and Tory Mayor Boris Johnson hoping to have his 'miners moment'

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8 January 2014

Every job matters on London Underground

Transport union RMT members working on London Underground (LU) are balloting for strike action in protest at the massive cuts being proposed to jobs and services

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26 November 2013

Massive campaign planned against savage cuts on Underground

The Evening Standard heralded all night running of the Tube, but hidden in the small print were details of savage attacks on the jobs and conditions of staff

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17 April 2013

In Brief

Len McCluskey re-elected as Unite general secretary: Len McCluskey has been re-elected as general secretary of Unite, with 64% of the vote (144,570). Jerry Hicks received 79,819 votes (35%). The turnout was 15.2%...

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London Underground cleaners on strike, 31.12.12, photo by Arti Dillon

31 December 2012

London Underground cleaners strike over New Year

"We will not tolerate low pay in this day and age" say tube cleaners

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30 November 2012

Train cleaners protest across the country

Low-paid train cleaners took strike action today in their fight for better pay

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National Shop Stewards Network national conference 2010, Steve Hedley, London Regional Secretary, RMT, photo Socialist Party

National Shop Stewards Network national conference 2010, Steve Hedley, London Regional Secretary, RMT, photo Socialist Party

23 May 2012

Interview with RMT assistant general secretary candidate

United struggle needed against train bosses: Steve Hedley is the London regional organiser of the transport union RMT. He was one of the trade unionists on the TUSC list in the London Assembly elections

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TUSC supports the striking tube workers working for Tube Lines at the Tube Lines HQ in Canary Wharf  25 April 2012, photo Paul Mattsson

26 April 2012

Tube Lines - Striking for equality of rights and against privatisation!

"A fight for equality that all Londoners have a stake in supporting" - Alex Gordon, RMT president and lead TUSC candidate in GLA election

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Tube strike: RMT strikers picket the London Underground, Oct  2010 photo Paul Mattsson

RMT tube strikers

27 June 2011

'Hard lesson' for tube management as driver wins reinstatement

On 23 June Arwyn Thomas, a victimised London Underground train driver was reinstated following a long battle

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24 June 2011

RMT victory - Arwyn Thomas reinstated

Following an employment tribunal ruling that London Underground train driver Arwyn Thomas was unfairly dismissed, negotiations between the RMT union and London Underground bosses took place in which Arwyn's reinstatement was agreed...

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22 June 2011

Tribunal rules tube driver Arwyn was unfairly dismissed

London Underground driver, Arwyn Thomas, a member of the RMT union, has won his employment tribunal claim for unfair dismissal...

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22 June 2011

Workplace news in brief

Tube strike for justice: Transport union RMT members working as drivers in London Underground began a series of strikes on 19 June...

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For a 24 hour public sector gehneral strike now! , photo Suzanne Beishon

15 June 2011

Strike 30 June

Huge votes in defence of pensions, jobs and services: Civil servants, teachers and lecturers balloted to strike on 30 June against the Con-Dems' attacks on public sector pensions and public services

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