Rail union RMT barred from ACAS talks on Southern Rail

Rail union RMT barred from ACAS talks on Southern Rail

14 December 2016

RMT Press Office:

RMT General Secretary Mick Cash has been barred from taking part in talks on the Southern Rail disputes at ACAS this morning.

Mick Cash said:

“Southern Rail were fully aware last night that I would be attending the talks this morning at ACAS alongside our ASLEF colleagues.

“This morning, on arrival for the talks, I was told that I would not allowed to take part by representatives from the company.

“RMT is furious at the complete contempt that has been shown to us by Southern Rail this morning which leaves us in a state of limbo when we should all be around the table thrashing out the issues that have led to the current action.

“Our members were expecting discussions to take place today and instead we have had the door slammed in our faces. That is no way to rebuild the confidence of the workforce in the Southern management and the talks process and it is no way to reach a solution which is what the public are crying out for.

“I will now be reporting back to RMT’s executive on these developments.”


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