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Bosses admit Night Tube is delayed until 2016 but push ahead with stations attacks

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Issue 2476

London Underground bosses announced last week that their plans for Night Tube will be delayed until next year, after a reorganisation of stations has finished.

Tube workers successfully fought the imposition of new, worse conditions with two complete shutdowns of the network involving all four Tube workers’ unions.

Bosses insisted that this year’s pay negotiations be linked to talks over Night Tube, which means any pay rise may not happen until next year. 

Unions now need to force bosses to sort out pay negotiations this year.


Interserve workers on the picket line last week

Interserve workers on the picket line last week (Pic: Alan Kenny)


Cleaners and security staff walk out on the DLR

Security and cleaning staff working for Interserve on London’s Docklands Light Railway struck for 48 hours over pay last week.  

It was fourth walkout by the RMT union members in their pay campaign.


Rail round up

Workers at rail freight firm Freightliner Railport were set to strike over pay and a two-tier workforce on Thursday and Friday of this week.


Drivers at Arriva Trains Wales were set to strike on Thursday and Friday of this week in a fight over pay.

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