RMT members working on the London underground have voted for the fifth time to continue the union’s mandate for strike action against attacks on jobs, pensions and conditions.
Low-paid Newham and Tower Hamlets council workers in Unite the Union have secured an extra £750 on top of the national pay offer of a flat rate £1,925.
London Underground station staff in the RMT union are taking two days of strike action on 4 and 6 October against job losses and attacks to our terms and conditions.
NHS workers in London have burst onto the streets in a big, coordinated pay strike. Refuse workers in two boroughs and housing maintenance in another two are hot on their heels.
We transferred over from the private employer Serco into the NHS. Porters, security, domestics, catering, ward hosts. Some departments have been given the £1,655 lump sum that was paid to NHS staff, but not all.
Over 2800 NHS workers in Unite will be on strike, over safe staffing and pay, including cleaners, caterers, porters, nurses and pathologists.
Striking workers at St Mungo’s homelessness charity have voted to accept an offer after 13 weeks of continuous strike.
Many RMT members in the London Transport region are dismayed at the calling-off of strike action on London Underground.
Camden Unison members who work for NSL parking enforcement services started indefinite strike action on 24 July. There was a 100% yes vote by members across three sites in the borough in their fight for £15.90 an hour.
Health workers at Barts hospital trust in East London, took strike action to win a pay rise and to be brought back in-house.