Every Job Matters: Facebook Campaign

Follow us on Facebook for the latest information on the Every Job Matters. With nearly 4000 people 'Liking' the page' and thousands more seeing the articles and materials we are posting, it is a succesful way for us to get our story to the public.


if you are reading this on a London Underground PC much of the post below will be blank as LUL blocks Facebook

20th November and a few hundred people have 'liked' the Page:

A day later and over a thousand people see an RMT article responding to LUL's devastating cuts plan:

3000 peope see the invite to our first members rally held on the 26th November:

Early December and this post is seen by 4000 people, is shared across Facebook and gets several positive comments:

In mid December, this post - a parody leaflet advising customers how to use a tube system with nobody there to help, is seen by 35000 people, and recieves nearly 500 'likes':

Christmas Eve and this photo of massive queues at London Underground ticket offices is a sight recognised by many of us:

Early January, and several posts on the Public campaign and launch of the 'Hands Off London Transport' campaign is seen by more than 10,000 people:

RMT London Transport Regional Organiser John Leach reminds people to vote on January 7th and 1500 people see the post:

January 9th and TSSA announce they are balloting for strike action over the cuts plans:

RMT strike ballot comes back with a strong mandate for industrial action. Thousands read this post outlining the action that RMT members will take:

A station whiteboard is photographed with a pledge that Boris Johnson won't close any ticket offices. This appeared on several websites and had a positive impact for our campaign:

We posted a photo of this Evening Standard letter and 10000 poeple saw it:

Thousand s read about John McDonnell's Parliamentary debate on job cuts on the tube:

Nearly 4000 people like the Page today: