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Workplace and TU campaigns / Drivers


9 January 2013

Losing patience with Usdaw

In less than four weeks, over 150 drivers at a Sainsbury's depot have chosen to cancel their membership with Usdaw and transfer to Unite

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14 December 2012

Doncaster drivers give Tesco & Stobarts a bloody nose

From the National Shop Stewards Network website, www.shopstewards.net...

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Striking Tesco drivers on the picket line , photo A Tice

Striking Tesco drivers on the picket line , photo A Tice

11 December 2012

Tesco drivers successfully blockade distribution centre

With confidence high after Saturday's march and picket, Doncaster Tesco drivers upped the anti on Monday in their dispute with Tesco/Stobarts, writes Alistair Tice.

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Striking Tesco drivers on the picket line , photo by A Tice

Striking Tesco drivers on the picket line , photo by A Tice

6 December 2012

Doncaster Tesco drivers on indefinite strike - photo

See article: www.socialistparty.org.uk/articles/15804/05-12-2012/nothing-to-lose-tesco-drivers-vote-for-indefinite-strike, writes Please send messages of support to Unite shop steward Trevor Cheetham: lynncheetham@yahoo.co.uk.

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Striking Tesco drivers bring a tank to the picket line with a Unite banner attached

5 December 2012

Nothing to lose - Tesco drivers vote for indefinite strike

180 Tesco drivers, members of Unite the union, at the supermarket giant's distribution hub in Doncaster have announced an indefinite strike from 7 December

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Doncaster Tesco drivers on strike, 9th November 2012, photo by A Tice

10 November 2012

Doncaster drivers go to war with Tesco

I've never been on a picket line like it! An armoured personnel carrier and a farmer's muckspreader blocked the gates to the depot

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7 November 2012

Workplace News in brief

Black cabs: Workers at Coventry black cab maker LTI, staged a sit-in on 31 October before entering talks with administrators, PWC...

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31 October 2012

Scores of trains cancelled in west midlands

Kick the fat cats off our railways: If ever an example is needed which demonstrates how privatisation of key public services leads to job cuts, higher prices and a worse service, look no further than the rail network

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17 October 2012

Bus drivers: We need shorter hours!

As a new driver I remember being asked by the man behind the counter: "Are you resting tomorrow?" I answered "Yes", writes Barry Andrews, London bus driver.

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17 October 2012

Workplace news in brief

Living wage now!: Transport union RMT is campaigning for London Mayor Boris Johnson to increase the London living wage to 10 an hour, benefiting cleaners and other low-paid workers...

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Tesco drivers strike in Doncaster, 9-10 October 2012, photo Alistair Tice

10 October 2012

Tesco drivers strike in Doncaster against shameful treatment

Tesco drivers in Doncaster have been given three months notice by their new employer ESL, with no promise that they will be re-employed

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10 October 2012

Workplace news in brief

Lorry drivers' strike: Workers at the Tesco distribution centre in Doncaster are on a 48-hour strike from 9 October. The workers were transferred to Eddie Stobart Ltd (ESL) in August and then on 5 September they were issued...

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Bus workers protest in July 2008, photo Paul Mattsson

Bus workers protest in July 2008, photo Paul Mattsson

4 October 2012

South Wales bus workers receive strong support for strike

Monday 1st October saw bus drivers and engineers in South Wales take strike action over pay despite their union recommending they refrain from doing so

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3 August 2012

Winchester bus drivers strike

Winchester bus drivers are staging two days of industrial action on successive Saturdays in a dispute over pay...

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Hackney bus workers stopped the busses on the 22 June 2012 London-wide bus strike , photo Paul Mattsson

Hackney bus workers stopped the busses on the 22 June 2012 London-wide bus strike , photo Paul Mattsson

4 July 2012

London buses: "This is why we're in the union"

London bus workers have shown how determined they are to win their dispute. But as we go to press bus operating companies are still refusing to pay London bus workers a 500 bonus for working during the...

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Leyton bus workers on the 22 June 2012 London-wide bus strike, photo by Paul Mattsson

29 June 2012

'The drivers united cannot be defeated'

Following the fantastic pickets on the London bus strike on Friday 22 June, flexing the mighty muscle of the workforce, further protest, backed up by trade unionists and campaigners' action, has followed this up, writes Paula Mitchell

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Hackney bus workers stopped the busses on the 22 June 2012 London-wide bus strike , photo by Paul Mattsson

Hackney bus workers stopped the busses on the 22 June 2012 London-wide bus strike , photo by Paul Mattsson

27 June 2012

London bus workers show their strength

The sleeping giant has woken up - on 22 June 20,000 London bus workers came out on strike over payments for extra pressure during the Olympics, a London bus worker writes.

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East London bus workers strike 2009, photo Pete Mason

20 June 2012

Support the London bus strike

The regional secretary of Unite has told reps from London bus garages that, after a 94% vote for action, an official 24-hour strike would start across the capital from 3am on Friday 22 June

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20 June 2012

Improved offer in Metro workers' pay fight

Following a successful 24-hour strike on 7 June, drivers, ticket inspectors and engineering workers covered by the Red Book Agreement were offered an improved pay award along with travel concessions on other train operating companies

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