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Piccadilly News October 2015 - reinstate Paul Okoro

  • Read the attached newsletter for the full story.

TfL Pensions Consultative Committee Elections - RMT preferred candidates

Dear Colleagues,



TfL Pension Fund members are now receiving a ballot paper asking them to vote for candidates in the Section Three (LUL & Tube Lines employees) PCC election.

RMT members Paul O’Brien and Paul Murphy are standing for re-election and have been nominated by the London Transport Regional Council as their preferred candidates.

SFC News: Strikes & Negotiations Delivered Major Changes to LU’s Cut Plans

Read the latest Station and Revenue Functional Council newsletter for news on Fit for the Future, the 'Every Job Matters dispute' and the latest updates for tube staff working on stations.

Piccadilly Drivers Balloted For Strike


Further to my previous Circular (IR/175/15, 23rd July 2015), members will recall the General Grades Committee took the decision to declare a dispute situation with London Underground over a catalogue of issues affecting Train Operator and Instructor Operator members on the Piccadilly Line, which include:-

Bakerloo News September 2015: Night Tube deferred

Bakerloo News is the newsletter for RMT members of the Bakerloo branch. In this edition:

  • Night Tube deferred
  • Interserve must pay up
  • Bakerloo News congratulates Jeremy Corbyn
  • Resist the anti-union laws
  • Safety is a right!
  • Manager of the month?!
  • Justice for Grant West!

Night Tube ACAS Update: Four Day Week For Trains Discussed

Your Train Functional reps (from both unions) along with John Leach met the employers at ACAS on Tuesday afternoon (September 15th). The purpose of the meeting was to discuss a joint RMT/Aslef proposal to introduce Night Tube.

Piccadilly News September 2015

Piccadilly News is the newsletter for train drivers on the Piccadilly Line. In this edition:

    • False charge
    • Premeditated decision
    • Justice for Paul = Justice for all
    • Attendance management abuses
    • SPAD management abuses and weak brakes
    • Cockfosters depot opening turns into a farce

You can download and distribute the newsletter using the link below.

RMT Reps meetIng 1000 15th September - Indian YMCA

Further to our message of last week advising you of the reps meeting next Tuesday, please be advised of the following updates.

The reps meeting will be going ahead and the date remains Tuesday 15th September at 10.00 hours. What has changed is that management have since agreed to paid release of all representatives, subject to the normal service requirements.

Tube Strike Suspended As Talks Continue

We note the report from our Lead Officer. LUL have suspended Night Tube and talks will resume at ACAS. This is due to the action and resolve of our members. We therefore instruct the General Secretary to suspend the industrial action planned for the 8th and 10th September, and advise London Underground.

We further instruct the General Secretary:-

  • To give a full report of our progress in talks to the Rally of our members on 7th September
  • To inform members by letter, text and e-mail of the reasons we have suspended the action, and invite them to the Rally on 7th September

Tube Dispute Update

Rates of Pay & Conditions of Service and Night Running – London Underground Every Job Matters – Defending Jobs on London Underground

Dear Colleague,


Rates of Pay & Conditions of Service and Night Running – London Underground
Every Job Matters – Defending Jobs on London Underground