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Bakerloo News December 2015

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

  • Reject LU’s latest offer: prepare for more action - It’s not final until we say it is!
  • The Gory Details
  • Prepare to strike to defend Glen Hart
  • Not fit for the present
  • Marylebone POMs
  • Paul Okoro reinstated
  • Drivers: request assisted dispatch!
  • Tube cleaners demand dignity and respect

Defend Glen Hart

Demo at Clapham Common station to kick off the camapign to stop London Underground targeting Glen because of his Trade Union activities.

Meet outside Clapham Common Station at 0800 on Wednesday December 9

London Underground bosses could face a London-wide Tube strike by RMT union members if they proceed with disciplinary action against union activist Glen Hart.

Bosses tried to sack Glen last year during strikes over cuts to stations.

Rates of pay and conditions of service 2015 and Night Tube dispute meeting

Mass Meeting of RMT Representatives – Dispute Resolution

Commencing 14.00 hours sharp on Tuesday 1st December 2015

The Indian YMCA, 41 Fitzroy Square, London, UK W1T 6AQ

SPEAKERS

Mick Cash – General Secretary

Steve Hedley Assistant General Secretary

John Leach – Regional Organiser

John Reid – RMT Council of Executives   

Executive report November 2015

COUNCIL OF EXECUTIVES REPORT NOVEMBER 26TH 2015 John Reid

LONDON UNDERGROUND DISPUTE
A Revised offer has been placed before us and will be discussed at a Reps meeting on Tuesday 1st December after which a report will be placed before the GGC.

GLEN HART
An all grades ballot is being prepared and we need to build support for our victimised Brother.

DLR
Successful two day strike action was held between the 3rd and 5th November the first strike action ever held on DLR.

RMT London Calling gets results

 

LTRC London Calling newsletter demands that LUL stop provaracating and put the revised pay offer to the RMT as promised at ACAS last week.

The newsletter was posted at 1600 on November 24

At 1800 LUL deliver via email the revised offer and post it on their intranet.

Coincidence? Possibly.

Glad to see Steve,the boys and gals are enjoying our little effort at informing our members - 

Looking and responding to our requests.

How about leaving Glen Hart alone now?

 

More Piccadilly line delays

Rolling stock crisis on Piccadilly Line leads to another rush hour of delays.

A rolling stock crisis on the Piccadilly Line, London Underground’s fourth busiest line transporting an average of 600,000 people a day, has led to yet another morning of delays for passengers today as warnings from tube union RMT about the state of the current fleet have come home to roost with a vengeance.
This is the third rush hour morning in a row where the fleet shortage has hit services hard.

Rolling stock crisis on Piccadilly Line leads to two days of severe delays

A rolling stock crisis on the Piccadilly Line, London Underground’s fourth busiest line transporting an average of 600,000 people a day, has led to two days of severe delays for passengers as warnings from tube union RMT about the state of the current fleet have come home to roost with a vengeance. 
 
RMT, which is currently in dispute with LU on the Piccadilly Line over a range of issues, says that up to 17 trains are out of action due to wheel flats alone – worn running gear that poses a danger for passengers and staff alike.
 

Property development focused TFL bill before Parliament again

The Transport for London Bill is before Parliament today - Monday 16 November. This bill is designed to help TfL fill the funding gap arising from impending cuts in the grant it receives from central government, by allowing it to use offshore companies to develop its property.

Leaks show that, from the turn of the decade, the government will cut £700 million a year from its contribution to TfL’s budget.

Jubilee South News November 2015

This is the latest edition of Jubilee South News.

In this edtion:

  • Jubilee South Branch ready to defend unfairly treated disabled member
  • 4 day 36 hour week trial – the ayes have it!
  • RMT preparing ground for ballot to defend brother Hart
  • AGM branch meeting details