RMT will not tolerate any attacks on Tube jobs and conditions

RMT on reports tonight that Government are threatening a total takeover of TFL

General Secretary Mick Cash said:

"The speculation that the Government are threatening to take direct control of TFL sounds like more  bullying by this administration designed to impose their will on Londoners and ride roughshod over local democracy. 

"While we await official confirmation on the future funding arrangements for transport in the Capital RMT reiterates our position that we will not tolerate any attacks on jobs and conditions from any quarter as part of any deal. ‎Any threat of cuts will be met by an industrial, political and public campaign of co-ordinated resistance."

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