So much for management’s claims that displacements would be handled fairly.
Stations 35-Hour Week 2004-6
Station staff discovered on the strike days that the BTP turn up much more promptly to a picket line than they do to an assault on staff.
Management keep on telling the press that “only” four groups have draft rosters not agreed by local union reps.
They have been at it again. DSMs trotting out that age-old falsehood that it is illegal for probationers to go on strike, and/or that new staff who strike will be sacked.
A really interesting diary of an RMT rep has just been posted on the main Workers' Liberty website.
Dozens of stations are closed this morning as Tube station staff strike again.
LUL is playing fast and loose with safety on our strike days.
The Arnos Grove GSM sent a circular round the group thanking people for working during the strike.
The revolving doors at 55 Broadway are in full spin, as admin staff go in and out to be “qualified” as station staff.
Through the years, we have heard every excuse in the book for scabbing on strikes.