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7 February 2018

DLR cleaners and security staff strike

Following a strike on New Year's Eve, RMT members working on the Docklands Light Railway (DLR) in London went on strike on 1 and 2 February to force their employer, the outsourcing privateer ISS, to come back to the negotiating table

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3 November 2015

Determined DLR strikers to "fight all the way"

The Docklands Light Railway has been shut down for 48 hours

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29 October 2015

Workplace news in brief

5,000 junior doctors descended on Newcastle from across the North East on 24 October.

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21 October 2015

Workplace news in brief

Short reports on some of the latest trade union struggles. Unison Scotland calls for no-cuts budgets, London DLR cleaners dispute, Arriva Wales train strikes, Alfreton Grange Arts College walkout.

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21 October 2015

Labour MP refuses to back strike

Jim Fitzpatrick, MP for Limehouse and Poplar, refused to back striking cleaners. His reason? In 1968, some dockers walked out against the sacking of racist Tory minister Enoch Powell.

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3 June 2015

Workplace news in brief

Tube ballot: The RMT, Aslef, Tssa and Unite unions are to ballot London Underground workers who face a two year pay cut and imposed night working

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27 May 2015

48-hour DLR strike

Up to 30 RMT members were on the picket at the Poplar depot of the Docklands Light Railway (DLR) this morning as the union started a 48-hour strike

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