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15 September 2021
Socialist Party members and supporters of the National Shop Stewards Network (NSSN) joined the RMT transport union's protest outside Waterloo station, London, against cuts to South West Rail services
16 June 2021
We need affordable, publicly owned public transport: In Birmingham a new tax has been forced on the city that will hit the poorest hardest, takes no account of income or ability to pay, and which is causing growing anger among the community
9 June 2021
The Tory government and Transport for London (TfL) have reached a new agreement to implement more savage cuts to the jobs, pay, and terms and conditions of TfL workers, in return for a further £1.08 billion bailout
26 May 2021
Nationalise the whole railway system!
26 May 2021
Socialist Party members in the RMT are supporting Alan Pottage in the assistant general secretary election, called to replace Mick Lynch, who has been elected as general secretary.
12 May 2021
RMT general secretary election: The election of Mick Lynch as general secretary of the RMT transport union comes at a crucial time for our union.
20 January 2021
Transport investment has been on the basis of vanity projects and expensive outsourcing
11 November 2020
This year's RMT transport union's annual general meeting (AGM) was like no other I have ever attended.
4 November 2020
The mayor of London and the Department for Transport (DfT) have come to an agreement on a six-month funding deal for Transport for London (TfL), that will keep public transport running in London until April 2021.
28 October 2020
At the time of writing, Transport for London (TfL) workers - and London passengers and car users - are caught in a war of words between London's Labour mayor and the Tory central government.
14 October 2020
The TUSC steering committee has called on London's mayor to refuse to carry out more cuts
22 July 2020
London is the only economically developed capital in which public transport is not funded by government grants
3 June 2020
Transport for London (TfL) has announced that the front doors on London buses were being reopened on several routes
19 May 2020
The Tories are trying to force workers back to work
13 May 2020
The RMT has issued fresh advice to members not to work in unsafe Covid-19 conditions, warning that confused government messaging could have lethal consequences
5 May 2020
There are reports the government is considering abandoning advice to maintain two metres social distancing
22 April 2020
Trade union control over workers' health and safety is needed
22 April 2020
A statement in Red Lines - the bulletin of Socialist Party members in the RMT transport union - calls for the lifting of the union executive's suspension of Assistant General Secretary Steve Hedley.
21 April 2020
26 transport workers have died from Covid-19 in London, the majority of them bus drivers. Now London bus drivers have forced Transport for London (TfL) and bus companies to implement some safety measures
14 April 2020
A life and death battle on the buses: 21 transport workers in London have died from coronavirus, 15 of them bus drivers.
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