Tube workers balloted over pay
RMT London Underground workers are currently being balloted for strike action over pay.
WHY RMT IS THE ONLY UNION FOR STATION STAFF
RMT’s recent victory against ticket office closures has shown there is only one union for station staff.
Pay Justice for RFA
Seafarers at the Royal Fleet Auxiliary (RFA) could take strike action later this year, the RMT has warned.
Save Ticket Offices
Over the last year the RMT has been campaigning against the DfT managed train companies’ plans for wholesale ticket office closures. The result has been the largest ever response to a government consultation. On October 31, 2023 the government announced the plans had been dropped.
Justice For Tube Cleaners
London Underground cleaners were the unsung heroes of the pandemic in the capital. They put their lives on the line every day, yet they are outsourced to a private company, ABM. They receive no company sick pay and have an inferior pension scheme.
Enough Is Enough!
Music legends Primal Scream and Dexys have written a single in aid of RMT's dispute fund.
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.
Following the illegal sacking of 800 P&O workers the union has launched a campaign for fairness on ferries.
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...