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RMT Picket line details for Monday Jan 9

 

 

RMT Station staff strike Monday Jan 9 Picket lines

The following locations are where the RMT will be holding picket lines and demos in support of our demand for more station staff, the reopening of station control rooms, the withdrawal of the CSA2 grade in favour of 1 CSA grade on one rate of pay and the reversal of ticket office closures.

Please make every effort to support a picket line on Monday.

Brixton – 0445 onwards

Paddington – 0500 

Kings Cross – 0445

London Bridge – 0500

Victoria – 0500

A Message to you CSA

A message to you CSA

Baby sitting a station – what could possibly go wrong?

LUL – we haven't got a CSM for West Ham today
Please do some OT  CSA and keep Station open
Nothing will go wrong
We do it all the time
Sit in the Station Control Room, drink tea and pretend nothing's happening l
Don't go on the gate line
Leave gates open
You're a CSA
What could possibly go wrong?l

Further Industrial action confirmed in fight for Tube safety and jobs

Following the rock-solid strike action taken by RMT tube station members on the 8th and 9th of January the union today confirmed a new phase of action from the 6th of February.

The union’s executive has agreed, following extensive consultation with reps across the tube network, that further, escalated strike action will be called from Monday 6th February unless London Underground meet RMT’s reasonable demands on station staffing and safety.

Tube staff out in force across the network in fight for jobs and safety

Tube staff out in force across the network in fight for jobs and safety

General Secretary Mick Cash said; "Our members are out in force across London Underground this morning in the fight for jobs and safety. The strike action is ‎being solidly supported on every line, at every station and on picket lines right across the Tube network.

"This action has been forced on us by savage cuts to jobs that have reduced London Underground to an under-staffed death trap at a time of heightened security and safety alert.