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91% YES vote in tube dispute reballot

London Underground workers renew strike mandate for further action on the tube.

RMT members have delivered a decisive ballot result in their campaign to protect pensions, working agreements and prevent job losses on the London Underground.

91.1% voted yes in the ballot on a 53.1% turnout, meaning tube workers have the right to continue to withdraw their labour in the coming weeks and months.

TfL have plans to cut 600 jobs and want to rob RMT members of their pension entitlements.

RMT statement on the forthcoming Rail and Tube strikes

In the past few weeks, discussions have been taking place at senior level with Network Rail, Train Operators and London Underground. Despite the best efforts of our negotiators no viable settlements to the disputes have been created. It has to be re-stated that the source of these disputes is the decision by the Tory Government to cut £4bn of funding from our transport systems - £2bn from national rail and £2bn from Transport for London.

As a result of this transport austerity imposed by the Government, the employing companies have taken decisions to:

Video: Jared Wood explains all-grades Tube strike taking place on 21 June

RMT National Executive Committee representative for London Transport, Jared Wood, gives a rundown of where we are with the dispute over Jobs, Pensions & Conditions.

Jared outlines some pivotal moments which have lead us to this point in the dispute and what we can do to show a strong message, by taking action on the 21st of June 2022.

4000 striking workers shut down Tube

4,000 striking station and revenue control staff have shutdown London Underground in a show of strength to oppose pension attacks and job cuts.

Trains have remained in depots across the network and RMT activists are reporting huge attendances at picket lines despite heavy rain across the capital.

600 station staff jobs will be lost if TfL (Transport for London) plans go through and RMT members face huge detrimental changes to their pensions and working conditions.

4000 striking workers shut down Tube

4,000 striking station and revenue control staff have shutdown London Underground in a show of strength to oppose pension attacks and job cuts.

Trains have remained in depots across the network and RMT activists are reporting huge attendances at picket lines despite heavy rain across the capital.

600 station staff jobs will be lost if TfL (Transport for London) plans go through and RMT members face huge detrimental changes to their pensions and working conditions.