London Underground workers in the RMT union are striking on 28-30 April and 5-8 May against job and service cuts.
London Underground workers in the RMT union plan five days of strikes to stop the company slashing frontline jobs and closing ticket offices.
The negotiations forced on London Underground bosses by Tube workers’ strike of 4-6 February will conclude on 14 April.
Workers at the Ritzy Cinema in Brixton, south London, have voted by an 85% majority to strike to win the London Living Wage.
Car workers suffered another blow on 25 March, as Honda announced a plan to cut 360 permanent and 160 agency jobs from its Swindon plant.
A London Underground “Employee Bulletin” of 19 February announced Tube bosses’ plans to commission driverless trains on several lines.
Tube unions RMT and TSSA suspended a strike planned for 11-13 February after London Underground management retreated slightly from the plans to implement massive job cuts and close every ticket office on the network.
Tube unions RMT and TSSA suspended a strike planned for 11-13 February, after London Underground bosses agreed some concessions in talks.
The London Underground workers' strike against ticket office closures and job cuts, organised by unions RMT and TSSA, has been suspended.
London Underground workers began the first of two strikes this month on Tuesday 4 February, as part of their “Every Job Matters” campaign to stop job cuts and ticket office closures.