ISS - already one of the most repulsively exploitative employers on the job - has hit a new low.
Cleaning contractor, ISS, has been wanting to bring in a pension for its staff.
Amazingly, cleaning employers seem to suddenly be able to pay £12.45 per hour. Problem is, it's only to strike-breakers.
London Underground cleaners in the RMT will strike on New Years Eve and New Years Day in the next stage of the fight for sick pay, free travel and an end to low pay.
As we all know, Winter is upon us now. But the cleaners have still not got any winter uniform to keep them warm or prevent them getting sick in the subzero temperatures.
I was told by one cleaner that if the price of travel keeps going up at the rate it is at the moment that they will not be able to travel and work.
This November/December the transport cleaners have struck back at the scrooge bosses.
Following on from their Summer strikes, RMT cleaners on London Underground will strike again this Friday 30th November and Saturday 1st December.
In the week Boris announces fares hikes, he makes up for it by announcing a new London Living Wage, of £8.55 p/h.
Tubeworker hears reports of a mystery figure wandering round stations taking photos - apparently investigating sites for remote booking-on machines for cleaners.