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RMT research reveals high productivity levels of TFL staff as Government threaten savage cuts and attacks on workforce as part of finance deal

30 October 2020

TRANSPORT UNION RMT has revealed today that the Government proposes savage cuts on London Underground and Overground in spite of the high productivity levels of its workers.

Coalition of Londoners calls for an end to ‘appalling attack’ on the Capital’s transport

29 October 2020

A coalition of organisations have today joined together in a letter to Prime Minister Boris Johnson, calling on him to end his government’s attack on the capital’s transport system, 48 hours before negotiations between the government and TfL over a new funding deal are due to end.

RMT condemns disgusting Halloween nightmare jobs assault on over eighty staff at Liverpool's world-famous Adelphi Hotel

29 October 2020

Adelphi Hotel union RMT has today condemned a shock announcement by management at the world-famous landmark establishment in Live‎rpool that they are to lay off over eighty staff when the Government furlough scheme ends at the weekend.

RMT on politically motivated attacks on TfL

27 October 2020

RMT reveals that Londoners are being offered 22 times less funding than private Train Companies in politically motivated attack on TfL.

RMT on reports of Solent tanker hijacking

25 October 2020

Maritime union RMT on reports of Solent tanker hijacking

No more excuses for Scottish Government

22 October 2020

No more excuses for Scottish Government not to take rail services into public ownership says RMT, following decision by Welsh Government to nationalise rail operations.

RMT demands Government take action to protect jobs

22 October 2020

RMT demands Government take action to protect jobs and services at Hull Trains and Grand Central as more than 5000 people sign petition.

RMT welcomes Welsh Government decision

22 October 2020

RMT welcomes Welsh Government decision to take Transport for Wales rail services into public ownership.

RMT pledges all-out fight to protect pensions at TfL

21 October 2020

RMT pledges all-out fight to protect pensions as Government line up savage cuts in TFL funding deal.

RMT blasts firing and rehiring of workers at Felixstowe as port owners pay failed Transport Secretary Chris Grayling £274 per hour

20 October 2020

MARITIME UNION RMT today called on the Government to put an end to the disgraceful practice of companies firing and rehiring workers on worse terms and conditions. This follows reports that the port owners, Hutchison’s Ports Ltd have hired former Transport Secretary Chris Grayling as a “strategic advisor” on a salary of £100,000 per year for 7 hours work per week working out at an eye-watering £274 per hour, or 31 times the minimum hourly wage.

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