The rail unions are working together on a campaign to save rail from the government’s ‘cuts and austerity’ policies and to stave off the implementation of the McNulty Report.
ASLEF’s LGBT representative committee will be flying the ASLEF banner at Liverpool Pride on Saturday 2 August 2014.
National Organiser Simon Weller is urging all branches to organise in support of the TUC’s ‘Britain Needs a Pay Rise’ march and rally in London on 18 October.
Latest ASLEF news
- Highest turnout confirms ASLEF political fund
- Report confirms rail cuts threaten safety
- Community transport an ‘inadequate con trick’
- ASLEF reaches agreement with Labour on workplace rights, rail industry structure, regional transport, rail freight, the Lobbying Act and the Middle East Peace Process
- strike threat
This month's Journal includes features on the future of rail in Wales; benefits generated by the railway; and lessons learned 30 years after Polmont.
'Our industry is undergoing change, but not driven by those who rely on the railways'