RMT is balloting drivers at West Ruislip and White City depots for strikes to win Dean Storey his job back.
Dean had a SPAD at White City, but was unjustly sacked after a perfunctory CDI dismissed or ignored the many mitigating factors Dean's union reps raised.
Every union activists, and most LU workers who've ever faced company discipline, will recognise the story: a management that seems to have made up its mind before the disciplinary interview is even held, with no meaningful consideration given to mitigating factors and the result an apparent fait accompli.
If this kind of authoritarian discipline goes unchallenged, all of our jobs become less secure.
All West Ruislip/White City drivers should vote yes for strikes, and if their action fails to win Dean his job back, escalation should be considered.