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News, reports and information for RMT members who work for London Underground Ltd

Neasden Flyer- October Edition and 'Special Safety Edition Regarding TBTC Signalling'

Please find attached, the Neasden Flyer for October 2009

Inside this issue

  • Neasden Members celebrate 40 & 25 Years Union Service
  • Nick Smith - Membership Secretary explains his role
  • A list of Members who need to contact Nick, regarding their 25 year badges
  • details on our next branch meeting
  • and how to update your details!

Also attached....

Jubilee line management tried to implement TBTC trial operations on the 3&4th October.

Ballot to Strike Called Over Rate of Pay for LUL Staff

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This is an extract of RMT's Official circular regarding LUL - IR/296/09 dated 9th October 2009 from General Secretary Bob Crow

As you will be aware, RMT has been in a dispute situation with LUL for most of this year. There have been several areas of dispute including this year’s pay claim, breaches of agreements and threats to jobs.

Pensions Consultative Committee: Vote Linda and Mark!

IMPORTANT ELECTION - TFL Pension Fund - Pensions Consultative Committee

RMT members are supporting Mark Harding and Linda Martin in this important election. Mark has sat on this committee for many years and needs your support. Linda is committed to defending your pension and will make an important contribution to this committee.

Please use both your votes


Mark Harding X Linda Martin X


London Underground pay dispute - Back into action!

bloke in chicken suit with placardA well-attended meeting of London Undergroud RMT reps today voted unanimously to reject the company's miserly pay offer of 1.5% this year and RPI+0.5% next year. The meeting also voted by a majority that the union should seek the agreement of members for further action, through either a new industrial action ballot or a referendum on the offer with a recommendation to reject it.

London Underground Reps' Meeting: Have Your Say on Pay

All London Underground RMT reps (indusrial relations, not health and safety) are released from duty to attend our meeting to discuss London Underground's pay offer, as follows:

Venue: Mahatma Gandhi Hall, Indian YMCA Fitzroy Square, near Warren Street

It is very important that you attend this meeting, to report on your members' views on the pay offer and to take part in the discussion on how the union should respond.