Bakerloo branch


Includes London Underground staff of all grades on the Bakerloo Line, plus the Special Requirements Team (SRT) and hotel staff. Branch meetings are held at The Royal Exchange PH, 26 Sale Place, Paddington, W2. (map)

Bakerloo News April 2021

Bakerloo News is the newsletter for workers on the Bakerloo Line.

Please download it to read the latest news from the Bakerloo branch. You also print and distribute it in your workplace.

In this edition:

  • Vote yes for action to stop cuts
  • Queen’s Park drivers resist bosses’ job cuts plan
  • Why vote yes?
  •  RMT women organise
  •  Our target: cleaning in house by 2022
  •  RMT BEM Conference

Bakerloo News February 2021

Bakerloo News is the newsletter for workers on the Bakerloo Line.

Please download it to read the latest news from the Bakerloo branch. You also print and distribute it in your workplace.

In this edition:

- Fight job cuts at Queen’s Park!
- Bosses plan to slash more than 10% of the workforce
- Defend pensions!
- Take action for workplace safety
- SRT update
- South Group update
- Solidarity forever!

Bakerloo Branch News December 2020

Bakerloo News is the newsletter for workers on the Bakerloo Line.

Please download it to read the latest news from the Bakerloo branch. You also print and distribute it in your workplace.

In this edition:

  • Gains made in Sodexo fight
  • Jobs saved at Elephant staff canteen
  • TfL bailout agreed, but cuts still threatened
  •  SRT update
  •  RMT Bakerloo reps attend US trade union convention
  •  South London Mouse

Bakerloo branch stands in solidarity with protesters against police brutality

The RMT Bakerloo Branch has passed a motion on the protests against police brutality across the US and internationally. The resolution highlights that the branch 'stand in solidarity with our BEM members against the racism they face in society' and calls for the union to offer international solidarity and to 'develop and support struggles for racial justice and equality in the workplace and wider society.'

RMT BAKERLOO BRANCH RESOLUTION: BLACK LIVES MATTER: AGAINST POLICE BRUTALITY AND RACISM

Bakerloo News May 2020: No to imposed service increased

Bakerloo News is the newsletter for workers on the Bakerloo Line.

Please download it to read the latest news from the Bakerloo branch. You also print and distribute it in your workplace.

In this edition:

  • No to imposed service increases
  • Reinstate Ezra Christian
  • SRT Update
  • Furloughed cleaners face a 20% pay cut
  • Solidarity and condolences
  • Branch meeting details

Bakerloo branch passes motion on union response to coronavirus crisis

The following motion has been passed by Bakerloo branch.
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Our Union is an Essential Service: Step Up, Don't Stand Down!

During the Covid-19 crisis, workers need strong unions more than ever. Many employers are placing workers in danger, with unsafe working practices and refusing to pay wages to people who stay away from work under government guidance. Workforces need collective action, workers need reps, reps need union support.

Bakerloo News April 2020

Bakerloo News is produced by RMT activists for workers on the Bakerloo Line.

In this edition:

- Coronavirus pandemic
- Fight for safer workplaces
- Reinstate Ezra Christian!
- SRT Update
- REINSTATE RACQUEL DWYER
- Update for cleaners
- Update for Bakerloo trains
- Update for Centre Group stations

Please download this newsletter to read it, and consider printing it out for distribution in your Bakerloo Line station or depot.

Petition to Reinstate Ezra Christian

Petition to Reinstate Ezra

Whilst we are working tirelessly to maintain good industrial relations at this difficult time our colleague remains dismissed, this is not good for him nor our critical workers who need every bit of support getting to where they need to by qualified and hardworking people like Ezra.