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Transport for London response to the Employment Tribunal decision in respect of Eamonn Lynch
Transport for London (TfL) today responded to the findings of the Employment Tribunal in respect of Eamonn Lynch.Mr Lynch was dismissed after breaching established safety rules by driving his train with a crucial safety mechanism, designed to prevent the train from passing through signals at...
RMT to strike for six days on London Underground
The Telegraph reports that London Underground workers are to take six days of strike action in an escalating row over the sacking of two Tube drivers, threatening travel chaos for millions of passengers, it was announced today. The Rail, Maritime and Transport union said its driver members on the...
DLR strike update
 DLR strike updateBy Kay Lockett on January 18, 2011 5:30 PM | http://www.wharf.co.uk/2011/01/dlr-strike-update.htmlThe Docklands Light Railway is set to be hit by strikes on Thursday and Friday after members of the RMT union voted in favour of industrial action.If the strike goes ahead...
Tube carries half usual number of passengers despite strike - 17:30 update
Trains running on all but the Circle line. More than three quarters of stations are open, and up to 40 per cent of trains are running during evening peakPassengers should check before travelling at tfl.gov.uk. Fourth pointless strike 'will achieve nothing whatsoever'London...
LU sets out Tube services it intends to run despite strike
 London Underground (LU) has set out the Tube services that it intends to operate on Sunday and Monday during the strike action called by the leaderships of the RMT and TSSA unions.The unions have called a strike on the Tube starting in the early evening of Sunday 28 November.If the strike...
MT offers binding arbitration on ticket offices but rejects “meaningless” safety review
RMT has offered binding arbitration on the issue of the level of usage of tube station ticket offices in advance of ACAS talks today but has rejected as “totally meaningless” management proposals for a safety review that would still see current staffing cuts made through regardless of...
Transport for London pledges to keep London moving despite strike
The Mayor and Transport for London (TfL) have today unveiled a raft of measures to help people get around the Capital and keep London moving during the strike on London Underground (LU) on 2-3 November, called by the leaderships of the RMT and TSSA unions.The detailed plans come as new figures...
German railway workers to stage walkouts today
Transnet and GDBA, two staff unions representing railway workers in Germany, are to stage walkouts today, which are expected to hit services at state-owned Deutsche Bahn (DB) and the country’s six privately-owned rail companies. The two unions are looking to further their demands for the...
London Underground "ready for constructive ACAS talks with RMT and TSSA leaderships"
London Underground (LU) has welcomed today's opportunity for constructive talks with the leaderships of the RMT and TSSA after the unions agreed to meet at the conciliation service ACAS to discuss LU's staffing plans.London Underground (LU) has welcomed today's opportunity for...
TSSA & RMT & LUL Managers agree to meet today with ACAS
 Talks Held To Try And Avoid More Tube StrikesTalks aimed at preventing more strikes by London Underground will resume this afternoon.The conciliation service Acas says the RMT, the TSSA and tube managers have ageed to meet at its office in Euston.Thousands of members of the two unions have...

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