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Night Tube Talks ACAS Update

LUL Pay and Night tube update acas talks 10th November 2015 Today our delegation met the company for the first time since October 14th. No revised offer was made with regards to pay and conditions However the company have said that they are prepared to move away from the interim arrangements and revise it to the long term solution on night tube .

RMT secures Paul Okoro reinstatement

Great News! I've just received confirmation from LUL that following today's directors review, Brother Paul Okoro of Piccadilly and District West branch who had been sacked since 7th May , has been reinstated to LUL as a C.S.A. This success is due to the resolve of RMT piccadilly line Drivers who voted to Stike for Paul and on other issues that we are still attending to. Thanks to all involved. Solidarity wins, John Leach RMT Regional Organiser London Transport region 11

Train op referendum concludes with 'yes' vote

RATES OF PAY & CONDITIONS OF SERVICE 2015 AND NIGHT TUBE – LONDON UNDERGROUND (LUL/0001)
 
Further to my previous Circular (IR/256/15, 22nd October 2015), where I informed you that the Union would be conducting a referendum amongst our Train Operator and Instructor Operator members over discussions regarding trial arrangements for a 36 hour 4 day week at two depots.
 

85% Yes Vote For Piccadilly Line Strike

BREAKDOWN IN INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS, TRAIN OPERATORS, PICCADILLY LINE – LONDON UNDERGROUND (LUL/14/2)

Further to my previous Circular (IR/236/15, 1st October 2015), the ballot has concluded with members voting as follows:-

Question: Are you prepared to take strike action?

Total Votes Cast                171    

Number Voting ‘Yes’           123

Number Voting ‘No’            48

Spoilt Papers                     0

Question: Are you prepared to take action short of a strike?

RMT to hold referendum on four day week proposal for Tube drivers

When RMT entered the London Underground pay talks, one of our original demands was a 4 day, 32 hour week with no loss of earnings. LUL has dismissed this. A counter proposal came from staff side for a 4 day 36 hour week. LUL said that this could only be achieved if the same amount of handle turning time is completed over 4 days as it was over five. This will inevitably involve changing the Trains Framework Agreement. Simple arithmetic shows working that four eight-hour shifts is never going to equal a 36 hour week.

Piccadilly Line drivers vote to strike over rife abuse of agreements

RMT confirms driver strike vote on Piccadilly Line over comprehensive breakdown in industrial relations

TUBE UNION RMT confirmed today that train operators across the Piccadilly Line have voted overwhelmingly for both strike action and action short of a strike over a comprehensive breakdown in industrial relations combining a range of issues. Over 70% voted to strike with an even larger majority for action short. The result will now be considered by the union’s executive.
 

Stratford & North Greenwich Train Drivers' News October 2015

Stratford & North Greenwich Train Drivers' News is the regular newsletter for train drivers based at Stratford and North Greenwich on the Jubilee Line.

In this edition:

  • Night tube service - severe delays
  • RMT driver back at work after CDI
  • Interviews In Cabs – Just Say NO
  • Oblique images
  • North Greenwich drivers forgotten by management again
  • Boxing Day Requests
  • News from the Piccadilly Line: justice for driver Paul Okoro