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Round two in DHL dispute

DHL delivery drivers at the Neasden depot in north west London were set to strike on Friday of this week and the following Monday over pay and conditions. This second round of strikes follows a below-inflation pay offer.

Workers at Neasden are on the same terms and conditions as workers at DHL Enfield but are paid less and don’t get agreed paid breaks. Send messages of support to a.scott@rmt.org.uk


Striking drivers target MPs’ Tesco

Tesco lorry drivers from Doncaster struck for three days last week. They protested outside the Tesco opposite parliament in London on Wednesday, and at other branches over the following days.

They are members of the Unite union employed by Eddie Stobart, which plans to sack them.


Bus strike is postponed

First Devon and Cornwall bus drivers in the RMT union suspended a planned strike this week following a revised offer from the company.

The union is demanding a substantial, no strings attached pay increase and that all drivers be paid the same rate of pay for doing the same job.


Stirling signallers set to strike

Signalling workers at Stirling Middle, Stirling North and Dunblane were set to strike on Saturday of this week. They want 12 hour rosters. The workers are members of the RMT union.


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Tue 6 Nov 2012, 17:54 GMT
Issue No. 2328
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