Anti-union laws

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Two branches pass motion on anti-union laws

A motion regarding Anti-union laws has passed unanimously at Finsbury Park and East Ham branches and will be submitted to the regional council.

The motion states:

This union notes:

1. RMT's longstanding demand for the repeal of all anti-trade union laws

2. that this was reaffirmed at this year's AGM, along with support for the Free Our Unions campaign

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The below statement was initiated by Lambeth Unison and has since been endorsed by a number of other branches, including two RMT branches and the London Transport Regional Council. Please consider discussing the issues, and proposing the statement for endorsement at your branch.

RMT London Transport region to hold courses on anti union laws

London Transport Regional Council Education News

Following the introduction of the Tories' (Anti) Trade Union Act this year and after listening to our members and reps, I am pleased to announce LTRC is providing "Bite Size" training thanks to Sis Janine who kindly has taken the task to produce training materials as well as tutor herself.

We are planning two training sessions, both of which are free of charge and open to all members.

1st DATE: 9th May 2017 TIME: 13:00-15:00 VENUE: Room 1, Unity House, Chalton Street, London NW1 1JD

President Sean Hoyle

Following a resolution that was passed unanimously at January's LTRC, this region would like to place on record its support and solidarity with Sean with regard to his understanding and interpretation of Rule 1. 4. (b) To work for the supersession of the capitalist system by a socialistic order of society.

The recent media reports and character assassination by them of Sean are disgraceful and bear no resemblance to anything approaching fair and reasonable reporting.

Transport targeted for new raft of Tory anti-union laws

Transport Union RMT responds to news that transport is one of the sectors targeted for new wave of Tory anti union laws. 

General Secretary Mick Cash said;

"This morning the Tory Government confirm that transport is one of the sectors that they will be targeting with their new wave of oppressive anti-union laws as they seek to ban strikes by the back door. 

"RMT will stand alongside our colleagues in health, education and the fire service to fight this outrageous attack on our basic human rights. 

Mick Cash debates anti strike laws on BBC Daily Politics Show

RMT General Secretary Mick Cash debated proposed new Tory anti union laws on the Daily Politics show this week.

Mick Cash debated the planned draconian Trade Union Bill with  Conservative MP Nadhim Zahawi, along with Jo Coburn and Lord Jones on the Daily Politics.

If you cannot see the clip below, watch it here on the BBC website.