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Tramlink strike

06 June 2016

ASLEF members on London Tramlink will strike on Wednesday 15 and Thursday 16 June after a 100% Yes vote for action in a dispute over pay. Tram services are operated, under TfL branding, by FirstGroup, a multinational company whose chief executive Tim O’Toole had his salary doubled to £2,000,000...

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High Court

03 June 2016

Regarding: Trade dispute between ASLEF and GTR Southern / Gatwick Express. The extension of Driver Only Operation (Passenger) without the agreement of ASLEF and contrary to established procedures. After a decision in the High Court on Thursday 2 June 2016, the General Secretary unfortunately has to advise members...

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AAD Friday

25 May 2016

Paul Routledge, the son of a railwayman, and a journalist who, in a long and distinguished career, has worked for The Times, The Observer, the Independent on Sunday, Daily Mirror, and Huddersfield Examiner, and written books about Gordon Brown, Peter Mandelson, and Arthur Scargill, was on sparkling form on...

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AAD Tuesday

25 May 2016

After a long, entertaining, and informed debate [which started on Monday afternoon and only finished midway through Tuesday morning] about the European Union, and the position ASLEF has taken on Brexit, AAD endorsed both the position the EC has taken – to back the Leave campaign – and the...

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Val to get transport back on track

24 May 2016

Mick Whelan has welcomed the appointment of Val Shawcross as Deputy Mayor for Transport in London. Val, a former London Assembly Member, joins Sadiq Khan’s team at City Hall to try and get the capital’s public transport system back on track. Val was first elected to the London Assembly in...

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