The Transport Salaried Staffs Association (TSSA) returned a 59% majority for strikes in its ballot over proposed job cuts and ticket office closures on London Underground.
The ballot of Rail, Maritime, and Transport workers union (RMT) members on London Underground for strikes to stop ticket office closures and job cuts returned a 77% majority, on a turnout of 40%.
Tube workers will strike on 4-6 and 11-13 February in a fight to stop ticket office closures and job losses.
Conway Hall, 25 Red Lion Square, London, WC1R 4RL (nearest Tube: Holborn)
A public rally organised by the RMT as part of their campaign to stop job cuts, closures, and attacks on terms and conditions on London Underground. Download pdf leaflet here.
Energy giant Npower has said it will make 1,460 staff redundant. Their jobs will be outsourced overseas.
London Underground union RMT has begun balloting for strikes to stop a management cuts plan that will lead to the closure of every ticket office on London Underground and the loss of nearly 1,000 jobs
On 21 November, London Underground announced plans to close all its ticket offices and cut nearly 1,000 station staff posts.
London Underground Ltd will announce its new plan for station cuts on Thursday 21 November.
Thousands of jobs are on the line as bosses in the shipbuilding, manufacturing and aviation industries plan huge layoffs.
The recent debacle surrounding the dispute at the Ineos petrochemicals plant at Grangemouth in Scotland could represent a significant defeat for the trade union movement.