No progress on EMT strike talks

10 May 2012

Disruption will continue on East Midlands Trains after talks today failed to reach any conclusion. General Secretary Mick Whelan, who led the union’s negotiating team, said he was ‘very disappointed’ that management had come to the table ‘without flexibility, without fresh ideas and without serious intent to end the dispute’.

Mick said he would make a full report to his executive committee who would determine how to act most effectively to protect the pensions of union members working for EMT.

‘In the interim, our door remains open. We are willing to meet the company at any time, anywhere.’

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