Meetings and events

Cleaners' demo: Clean Up Outsourcing

Demonstrate on 26 February: clean up outsourcing!

RMT London Transport Regional Council is uniting with three other unions organising outsourced workers for a day of direct action against outsourcing.

Along with the Independent Workers’ union of Great Britain (IWGB), the United Voices of the World (UVW), and the Public and Commercial Services union (PCS) branch at the Department for Business, Energy, and Industrial Strategy (BEIS), RMT members will demonstrate on Tuesday 26 February to demand rights for outsourced workers, including direct employment.

Join us: Stations Grade AGM February 2019

RMT LONDON TRANSPORT REGION STATION AND REVENUE GRADES COMMITTEE

Annual General Meeting

All stations and revenue members welcome

Meet 1400 Thursday 21st February

As this is our AGM, we will be electing officers and making a plan for the year, please try to attend if you can

Bread and Roses at The Chapel 308-312 Grays Inn Road Kings Cross London WC1X 8DP

- Meet reps across the network
- Discuss issues from your workplace
- Find out what's going on across the region

RMT Women's get together

RMT Women’s get together

The Blue Bar, 4th floor, Royal Festival Hall
7th February, 1230hrs onward.

Indoor picnic type event to meet other RMT women and chat about RMT business and anything else. Drop in before or after work or stay for the afternoon.

No agenda, no obligation to buy food or drinks, refreshments provided or bring your own if you wish.
No babysitter? No problem, child friendly venue, bring the kids.

Join us on 29th of January at the Cleaners' Rally of Parliament

Solidarity with our Tube Cleaners

RMT Parliamentary rally and demonstration

TUESDAY 29th JANUARY 2019

London Underground cleaners have been invited to come to the Houses of Parliament on Tuesday 29th January to meet with some MPs. The MPs want to hear from cleaners about their issues. The best people to talk to the MPs are the cleaners themselves.

RMT to join anti-racist demo on 9th December

Far right leader Tommy Robinson is attempting to capitalise on the Government's Brexit crisis by organising a rally on 9th December to promote his far right, fascist agenda.

He is trying to win broader support for a new violent racist street movement, which has already been responsible for racist attacks and attacks on trade unionists, including RMT members.

RMT is supporting the counter demonstration organised by Stand Up to Racism on 9th December.