|Topic:||Re:Re:Split in the tube unions?|
|Posted by:||Dan Evans|
|The Guardian suggests that the drivers are being offered an upper limit of seven or eight working weekends a year and ASLEF represents 80% of the drivers.|
It also says that the RMT could bring the network to a halt without ASLEF because most of the signallers are their members.
Question is - have management succeeded in creating a wedge between the two main unions or are the unions spreading the load to minimise the amount of pay their members lose to strike action.
Either way the prospect of a night tube within a month looks to be receding very quickly.
|Topic||Date Posted||Posted By|
|Split in the tube unions?||12/08/15 14:33:00||Dan Evans|
|Re:Split in the tube unions?||12/08/15 16:01:00||Richard Jennings|
|Re:Re:Split in the tube unions?||12/08/15 17:34:00||Dan Evans|
|Re:Re:Re:Split in the tube unions?||14/08/15 22:54:00||Claire Diaper|
|Re:Re:Re:Re:Split in the tube unions?||17/08/15 08:45:00||Francis Rowe|