Defend Rail Jobs, Pay and Conditions
Your employer is planning the biggest attack on your pay and working conditions for 20 years, in the middle of a cost-of-living crisis. VOTE NOW VOTE YES
Following the illegal sacking of 800 P&O workers the union has launched a campaign for fairness on ferries.
Save P&O Jobs - Save Britain's Ferries
P&O Ferries all out assault on British Seafarers and Trade Unions
Paying More For Less
In March 2022, rail fares increased by another 3.8% and in the last decade they have increased by an eye watering 30%.
Over 7,000 UK Ratings working in the shipping industry today are not in the RMT. The majority of these non-members are employed in the ferries sector. The union has set a target of increasing RMT membership amongst UK Ratings to 10,000. To achieve this we must start by building toward 100% membership amongst...
SOS - Staff Our Stations
Station staff play a vital role in helping deliver a safe, secure and accessible railway. But government and train companies are cutting station staff, de-staffing stations and closing tickets offices. This threatens passenger service and safety, especially at a time of rising crime on the railway.
Stop the cuts to ScotRail ticket offices
RMT pledges to fight plans to cut ticket office hours at 120 ScotRail stations and warns that cuts will create a “muggers paradise” across the network
No Cuts on South Western Railway
South Western Railway and Network Rail are proposing to make swingeing cuts to services across the SWR Network from December 2022 using the Covid-19 pandemic as a pretext.
Oppose the cuts to LNER ticket office hours
The train company LNER is consulting on proposals to reduce the ticket office opening hours at Berwick-upon-Tweed; Darlington; Doncaster; Durham; Edinburgh; Grantham; London King's Cross; Newark North Gate; Newcastle; Peterborough; Retford; Wakefield Westgate and York train stations.
Save London’s public transport
London’s public transport system desperately needs a proper funding settlement from the government - but instead, they are attacking it: threatening cuts to services, fare rises, and attacks on the TfL key workers who risked their lives to keep London on its feet during the pandemic.