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RMT settles Glasgow trains dispute

Issue No. 2293

The RMT union has settled a dispute at the West of Scotland train signalling centre in Glasgow.

Workers struck for 72 hours over Christmas and 24 hours last month in a dispute over career progression agreements.

RMT has also suspended strikes among cleaners employed by the Initial agency at St Pancras International.

The union says the suspension is “to allow for further negotiations” to resolve the pay dispute.


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Tue 6 Mar 2012, 18:39 GMT
Issue No. 2293
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