No trains this Saturday from Northampton as drivers walk out, 48-hour strikes announced in December and January — and engineering works just after Christmas .. all you need know here 👇👇👇👇
RMT union announces four 48-hour walkouts in December and January
Hide Ad "Our message to the public is we are sorry to inconvenience you, but we urge you to direct your anger and frustration at the government and railway employers during this latest phase of action.Strikes are due on December 13, 14, 16 and 17 – as well as on January 3, 4, 6 and 7 (Picture: REX) Railway workers are to stage a series of 48-hour strikes in December and January.Blame for the strikes was quickly and predictably administered from all sides, with Downing Street condemning the action and the union urging passengers to direct their anger at the government and rail companies.18 November, 2022 Mr Lynch said in a statement: “Our message to the public is we are sorry to inconvenience you, but we urge you to direct your anger and frustration at the government and railway employers during this latest phase of action.
” Tim Shoveller, Network Rail’s chief negotiator, said: “No-one can deny the precarious financial hole in which the railway finds itself.Striking makes that hole bigger and the task of finding a resolution ever more difficult.Strikes are due on December 13, 14, 16 and December 17, potentially impacting those looking to travel home before Christmas.Only through reform, that will not result in anyone losing their job, can savings be made that can then be converted into an improved offer.Advertisement Hide Ad “While progress has been made over these last two weeks, we still have yet to find that breakthrough.There will also be an overtime ban across the railways from December 18 until January 2, meaning RMT be taking industrial action for four weeks in total.We will not give up and hope that the RMT will return to the table with a more realistic appreciation of the situation.RMT added that it has received communications from all 14 of the train operators to say RDG does not have the authority to conduct negotiations on their behalf.
”.‘Our message to the public is we are sorry to inconvenience you, but we urge you to direct your anger and frustration at the government and railway employers during this latest phase of action.
Yet more rail strikes planned for December and JanuaryBREAKING: Railway workers are to stage a series of 48-hour strikes. Strikes are due on: 🚂 December 13th 🚂 December 14th 🚂 December 16th 🚂 December 17th 🚂 January 3rd 🚂 January 4th 🚂 January 6th 🚂 January 7th Humbug. Up the workers hormanshormits
RMT announce new wave of rail strikes in December and JanuaryThe RMT has announced eight days of industrial action over mid-December and the start of the new year. Anja_Popp has the latest on what the strikes mean for the Christmas period. Anja_Popp A work to rule would be more effective. WFH and the Internet, are exposing the weakness of tradtional industrial action. I wonder who the dinosaurs are here?
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