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Arriva Trains Wales dispute resolved

22 September 2014

Following talks between management, the lead officer and the EC president a proposed resolution agreement has been reached in respect the above dispute. Please be advised that the industrial action scheduled for Friday 26 September 2014 has been suspended in order that the executive committee can give formal consideration to the matter in their October 2014 session. Please bring the contents of this circular to the attention of your members. Yours fraternally Mick Whelan general secretary, ASLEF the train drivers' union

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Action for Rail fringe

21 September 2014

Mick Whelan set the tone for the debate about public ownership, and particularly, but not exclusively, public ownership of the railways here in Britain, which will be at the heart of the next election, and the platform on which Labour stands at that election, with a terrific, and well-received, speech at a packed Action for Rail fringe meeting at lunchtime on Sunday.

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Public Ownership Rally

21 September 2014

Mick Whelan, speaking at a packed rally for rail public ownership at the LabourList marquee on Sunday afternoon, got a rapturous reception when he laid out the case for publicly-run, publicly-accountable, modern railway fit for the 21st century.

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Stand up for Palestine

21 September 2014

Simon Weller, ASLEF's national organiser, fought off a streaming cold to speak for the union at the Stand up for Palestine fringe meeting at the Arora Hotel in Princes Street on Sunday evening.

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Tosh gets conference underway

20 September 2014

Tosh McDonald got the Labour Party conference off to a great start for ASLEF with a barnstorming speech to the Campaign for Labour Party Democracy rally at Jury’s Inn on Sunday night.

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