Meetings and events

Regional Council Meeting November 2015

The next meeting of the London Transport Regional Council will be on Thursday 26th November 1630-1830 at the 12 Pins near Finsbury Park station.

Please try and attend and make sure your own branch is represented at this important organising meeting.

There will be reports from the Counil of Executive member John Reid and from the Regional Organiser John Leach.

Neasden 1070 Branch AGM

All branch members are invited to attend the Annual General Meeting which starts at 16:00hrs on Wednesday 2nd December at The Torch Pub near Wembley Park Station. The meeting will be followed by the Neasden Branch Christmas Social Event.

Please make every effort to attend.

Jubilee South September Branch Meeting

Our next RMT branch meeting will be on Wednesday 30th September at the Blue Eyed Maid in Borough High Street at 4pm. The nearest station is London Bridge. This will be an opportunity for RMT members to debate the Pay & Night Tube and Fit for the Future disputes, as well as local issues. All members are welcome and encouraged to attend. You can also get more news from the branch at

  • A poster is attached for displaying in your workplace.

New Venue For Bakerloo Branch Meetings

Please be aware that the Bakerloo Branch meetings have a new venue: The Royal Exchange PH, 26 Sale Place, Paddington, W2. (map)The nearest tube stations are Edgware Road (Bakerloo) and Paddington. Meetings will still be on the first Tuesday of the month at 16.00. All RMT members are welcome.


Jim McDaid
Bakerloo Branch Sec

RMT members from LUL &FGW to demo at start of strike action. July 8 1830 Paddington Stn

RMT members from both LUL and FGW will be holding a rally at Paddington Station at the start of their respective strikes.
LUL have set out their stall to impose change on the workers and have been given the clearest response from the RMT.
92% of members voted for taking industrial action.

Equally impressive has been the response from our comrades on FGW who in a dispute over similar issues have voted overwhelmingly in favour of strikes.