#UK RMT union barons will grind Britain to a halt AGAIN next month with walkouts planned on October 8  #UKnews

#UK RMT union barons will grind Britain to a halt AGAIN next month with walkouts planned on October 8  #UKnews

#UK RMT union barons will grind Britain to a halt AGAIN next month with walkouts planned on October 8  #UKnews
#UK RMT union barons will grind Britain to a halt AGAIN next month with walkouts planned on October 8  #UKnews

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RMT union barons will grind Britain to a halt AGAIN next month: 40,000 workers from Network Rail and FIFTEEN prepare firms will stroll out on October 8

  • RMT union boss Mick Lynch introduced rail strike to be held on October 8
  • More than 40,000 workers from Network Rail and 15 prepare firms to walkout 
  • Will be third strike in month, as industrial motion already planned on October 1-5

RMT union barons will grind Britain to a halt once more next month because it introduced in the present day that 40,000 workers from Network Rail and 15 prepare operators will stage a walkout on October 8.

The new date – marking the third rail strike now planned in October – was set as a part of an ongoing dispute over pay, jobs and circumstances. 

The planned walkout will trigger widespread disruption throughout the railway community. 

Rail strikes are already planned by Aslef union on October 1 and 5, threatening contemporary journey chaos for passengers.

RMT basic secretary Mick Lynch stated in the present day that it was encouraging that the brand new Transport Secretary Anne-Marie Trevelyan had met the union.

‘We welcome this extra optimistic strategy from the federal government to have interaction with us as a first step to discovering a appropriate settlement,’ he stated.

‘However, as no new provide has been tabled, our members haven’t any alternative however to proceed this strike motion.

‘We will proceed to negotiate in good religion, however the employers and authorities want to perceive our industrial marketing campaign will proceed for so long as it takes.’

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