RMT union

Editorial: Don’t wait for the Tories to lose it!

We need to stop Truss and Kwarteng while they and their party are still in turmoil

Workers Power  ·  08 October 2022

How can the strikes win – and what would victory look like?

Will this strike wave, the biggest for 30 years, end in victory?

Jeremy Dewar  ·  12 September 2022

Rail workers — escalate to win

By KD Tait THE RAILWAY NETWORK was brought to a standstill as 40,000 rail workers walked out in the first national strike for 30 years. The RMT union is taking […]

KD Tait  ·  22 June 2022

Report — TUC lefts urge resistance to cost of living crisis

By Jeremy Dewar “A new deal for working people, a new social settlement for the UK” A LONDON TUC rally for the 18 June national demonstration heard speakers from a […]

Jeremy Dewar  ·  14 June 2022

RMT ballot victory can shut down rail network

By Bernie McAdam IN RESPONSE to threats over pay, compulsory redundancies and safety, RMT rail workers have voted in favour of strike action across Network Rail and 13 other train […]

Bernie McAdam  ·  31 May 2022

Stop the P&O jobs massacre

P&O Ferries have brutally sacked 800 workers without notice and replaced them with scab crews on less than the minimum wage.

Bernie McAdam  ·  28 March 2022

London Underground strikes solid

Cuts to London transport funding are a political attack on Labour and the unions

Bernie McAdam  ·  06 March 2022

Tories hold London transport to ransom

TfL is facing a £2 billion shortfall.

Bernie McAdam  ·  07 February 2022

Southern: Another sellout derailed

On 3 April rail drivers’ union Aslef announced that 52 per cent of its members on Southern Rail had rejected the latest deal it had recommended to resolve the dispute […]

Workers Power  ·  07 April 2017

Probably the worst rail company in the world…

NEARLY ONE-THIRD of all Southern Rail’s trains were late or failed to run last year. And 2017 could be even worse, with up to 46 per cent of trains cancelled […]

Workers Power  ·  18 March 2017

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