Media Coverage: LU Plans to Cut Tripcock Testing Frequency

After RMT "blew the whistle" on London Underground's plan to cut the frequency of tripcock testing, there has been significant media coverage of the issue, including:

There have also been several similar reports in local newspapers and websites.

London Underground has now agreed to meet RMT to discuss this issue, on 4 November.

> RMT National News

Friday, 19th August
RAIL UNION RMT has slammed plans announced by Secretary of State for Transport Grant Shapps to impose new contracts on railway workers, effectively ‘fire and re-hire’ on worse conditions, unless RMT calls off strike action.
Thursday, 18th August
RMT workers on London Overground and London Underground will go ahead tomorrow (Friday) against jobs cuts, attacks on pensions, low pay and the imposition of working practices.
Thursday, 18th August
RMT has written to Secretary of State for Transport Grant Shapps to demand that the government ends its deliberate policy of prolonging rail disputes for political reasons.
Wednesday, 17th August
Over 50,000 workers to walk out.
Tuesday, 16th August
RMT members will be taking another round of strike action this week. here's where you can find a local picket line.