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Jubilee South News March 2020

Jubilee South News is the monthly newsletter for workers on the jubilee line,  produced by Jubilee South branch activists.

In this edition:

  • Pay dispute ballot begins 
  • Join the fight for better pay and conditions. Vote YES!
  • Pay ballot begins on 6th of March 
  • RMT calls on London mayor to bring Tube cleaners in-house
  • Track Noise Ballot
  • 21 days of anti-racism
  • Justice for Station Staff Campaign

 Please download it and distribute in your workplace.

New leaflet: Vote Yes for strike action on pay & conditions

The NEC has taken the decision to ballot all LUL members over pay & conditions.

We will not accept an either/or offer that asks us to chose between protecting our pay or addressing fatigue and working hours.

Please circulate this new leaflet. There are printed copies available at Unity House from Thursday 5 March. Please ensure every workplace has copies in the mess rooms and on notice boards.

Tube staff to be balloted in fight for improved pay offer

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RMT moves to ballot all tube staff over failure of London Underground to come up with acceptable pay offer.

TUBE UNION RMT confirmed today this it is moving to an urgent ballot of 10,000 staff across London Underground for both strike action and action short of a strike after more than a year of negotiations have failed to produce an offer on pay that meets the very reasonable demands of the workforce.

Bakerloo drivers' strike goes ahead on Friday

RMT strike action on Bakerloo Line goes ahead Friday as LU refuse serious talks

TUBE UNION RMT confirmed today that strike action on the Bakerloo line in a dispute over the impact on train drivers over unworkable timetable changes that place operators under intolerable levels of personal stress will go ahead as planned from lunchtime on Friday after tube bosses slammed the door on serious talks aimed at reaching a solution.

Bakerloo News: all out to win a workable timetable

  • Please download the two attached editions Bakerloo News to read the latest about the upcoming Bakerloo Line strike

Our ballot returned a 95% majority for taking industrial action. At the heart of this dispute, and what most people believe to be the problem with our timetables, are the turnaround times in the North Sheds at Queen’s Park. These turnaround times have been cut to the bone over the past couple of years. The RMT have demanded that these are improved. This in turn would require moredrivers. This in turn would make our working day bearable.