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3 June 2020

Fight continues for safety on London buses

Transport for London (TfL) has announced that the front doors on London buses were being reopened on several routes

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19 May 2020

Transport workers and passengers mustn't pay the price

The Tories are trying to force workers back to work

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5 May 2020

No increase in transport capacity without adequate safety precautions

There are reports the government is considering abandoning advice to maintain two metres social distancing

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21 April 2020

London bus drivers' action over safety stops front door boarding

26 transport workers have died from Covid-19 in London, the majority of them bus drivers. Now London bus drivers have forced Transport for London (TfL) and bus companies to implement some safety measures

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14 April 2020

London Transport workers fighting private companies and TfL to secure health and safety

A life and death battle on the buses: 21 transport workers in London have died from coronavirus, 15 of them bus drivers.

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1 April 2020

Bus drivers halt sackings - now restore our pay

While the government gives reassurances to the public that 'we are all in this together' and they will do 'whatever it takes', bosses are doing whatever it takes to protect their profits, writes a South Coast bus driver.

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15 January 2020

London bus drivers ballot to strike

Exhausted bus drivers in London are planning to strike, demanding that Transport for London (TfL) take action "to tackle chronic levels of fatigue being experienced by bus drivers."

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20 December 2019

All we want for Christmas is a no-strings pay rise

RMT drivers on the Tyne & Wear metro are on strike on the Friday and Saturday before Christmas

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11 September 2019

Workplace news in brief

Short reports of workplace and trade union struggles

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11 September 2019

Unions must fight to make bus drivers and passengers safe

A major report has at last been published, following concerns over driver fatigue on London's buses. High levels of deaths and injuries involving buses have been recorded.

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3 July 2019

London Arriva bus drivers vote for strike action over bullying and workload

London bus drivers have had enough! In a consultative ballot of Unite the Union members at Arriva, drivers voted overwhelmingly for industrial action.

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26 June 2019

Lancashire Stagecoach drivers continue their fight

Drivers and supporters gathered at Preston bus station for the ninth day of strike action

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19 June 2019

Bluestar bus drivers' strike over pay

Bus drivers at Bluestar in Southampton were out in force at Totton and Eastleigh bus depots on 18 June, angry at their pay and working conditions, writes Southampton Socialist Party.

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The NSSN in Brighton lobbying the TUC, 8.9.19. A report will be posted soon. photo by Mary Finch

The NSSN in Brighton lobbying the TUC, 8.9.19. A report will be posted soon. photo by Mary Finch

31 May 2019

The NSSN in Brighton lobbying the TUC, 8.9.19. A report will be posted soon. photo by Mary Finch

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10 April 2019

Low pay, long hours, isolation - a taxi driver speaks out

"An Uber driver has to work 35 hours a week just to break even... Then to make any money you just keep racking up the hours"

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13 February 2019

Workplace and union news in brief

Glasgow strike victory; Bradford bus victory; union action in Hackney; oil tanker strike; Irish nurses strike; home care doorstepping; Woolwich ferry walkout

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9 January 2019

Solid strike by Arriva bus drivers

650 bus drivers, members of Unite the Union employed by Arriva, commenced a week-long strike on 6 January in a dispute over low pay. Drivers based at Darlington, Durham, Redcar and Stockton believe they are the second-lowest paid Arriva bus drivers in the country.

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12 December 2018

Veolia waste workers vote for action in Cheshire

Waste workers in Unite the Union in Cheshire, employed by Veolia UK, have overwhelmingly voted for strike action in their dispute over unpaid shifts.

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5 December 2018

Fatal bus crash - an avoidable tragedy

Stagecoach bosses have been let off the hook. They should have been jailed for corporate manslaughter.

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31 October 2018

Driving London's buses - a laser in the eye and a boot up the bum!

Why are drivers involved in road traffic incidents often tired? Transport for London (TfL) could ask the real bus experts - the drivers!

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