London Underground strikes threaten to disrupt festive season

london underground strikes threaten to disrupt festive season

Sumary of London Underground strikes threaten to disrupt festive season:

  • The dispute is over night shifts drivers are required to work as the night tube service is reintroduced for the first time since the start of the pandemic.
  • Transport for London (TfL) said the strike would result in “little or no service in places” with the Waterloo and City line, which uses Central line drivers, also likely to be hit.
  • The RMT said the work rosters being imposed on tube drivers threatened work-life balance.
  • TfL said the changes have been agreed by other unions and would result in drivers working about four night shift weekends a year.
  • Drivers have been told not to work from 8.30pm Saturday until 4.30am Sunday.
  • RMT general secretary Mick Lynch said the strike was about “the ripping apart of popular and family friendly agreements that helped make the original night tube such a success”.
  • “Instead the company want to cut costs and lump all drivers into a pool where they can be kicked from pillar to post at the behest of the management.
  • Nick Dent, director of London Underground customer operations, said the RMT’s planned strike action “is needless and it will threaten London’s recovery from the pandemic, despite no job losses and more flexibility and job certainty for drivers”.

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