Tubeworker

Tubeworker 13/02/14 — Strikes suspended as bosses begin to back down

Submitted by AWL on 12 February, 2014 - 11:04

An industrial bulletin for London Underground workers, by London Underground workers.

This updated issue discusses the suspension of RMT and TSSA's strikes against job losses, and what unions can do to push for greater concessions from management.

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Tubeworker 10/02/14 — Our strike rocked the bosses!

Submitted by Tubeworker on 9 February, 2014 - 10:14

An industrial bulletin by London Underground workers, for London Underground workers.

This issue looks back on the hugely successful 4-6 February strike and looks forward to the 11-13 February strike. It calls for a broadened-out and more democratic strike committee, for the union to name the next dates for action now, and to support sustained action with strike funds.

It also includes an appeal to ASLEF members to stand up and be counted in this vital dispute for the future of the job.

Tubeworker 30/01/14 — All out to save jobs!

Submitted by AWL on 28 January, 2014 - 10:31

An industrial bulletin for Tube workers, by Tube workers. This issue focuses on the RMT/TSSA "Every Job Matters" dispute to save jobs and stop ticket office closures.

It also includes an article on global LGBT struggles, as well as your local and workplace stories.

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Tubeworker 15-16/01/14 — This fight belongs to all of us!

Submitted by AWL on 14 January, 2014 - 7:47

A special edition of the industrial bulletin Tubeworker, produced in time for the launch of the "Hands off London Transport" campaign on 16 January.

This issue focuses on discussing strategy for the fight to save jobs and ticket offices.

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Tubeworker 04/10/13 — Tories bring back the workhouse

Submitted by AWL on 20 October, 2013 - 11:27

An industrial bulletin for Tube workers, by Tube workers.

This issue discusses the Tories' workfare policies, cleaners' struggles, and the ongoing firefighters dispute. It calls for support for Brian Munro in the RMT Executive elections, and includes your local and workplace stories.

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