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3 June 2020
Football played a part in spreading the pandemic. Northern Italy was the ground zero for coronavirus in Europe, and then Spain became the second most infected country after Italy.
3 April 2019
The largest branch of transport union RMT - London Underground Engineering, this year named the Bob Crow branch to commemorate the fifth anniversary of the death of the union's towering general secretary - hosted the launch of the latest edition of Reclaim the Game
26 July 2018
On 14 July, a number of RMT union members were subjected to a violent attack. Update 1.8.18: Tommy Robinson released
5 July 2017
Tower block residents from the Ashmole estate in south London joined Lambeth Socialist Party members to discuss building a safety campaign on 29 June
8 February 2017
Planned strike action forced management to improve its proposal
11 January 2017
Former football player Andy Woodward waived his right to anonymity on 16 November. His story of being sexually abused as a youth player by convicted paedophile Barry Bennell at Crewe Alexandra FC came out in the Guardian.
16 November 2016
75 socialists, with more than a thousand years' membership of the Labour Party between them, have collectively applied to the Labour Party's national executive committee (NEC) to be readmitted.
14 September 2016
The dispute on Southern Rail continued with a 48-hour strike on 7-8 September. The action by Southern RMT guards was solid and determined once again.
7 September 2016
The disputes the RMT has been involved in this summer are all tied to the bosses' drive to implement cutbacks
29 June 2016
Delegates welcomed the vote to leave the European Union - the RMT has always opposed the EU. Outside many delegates were clear that it is even more important the union retain its support for TUSC now that the Blairites are attempting to remove Corbyn as leader.
4 May 2016
Fans of relegated Premier League football club Aston Villa will have been pleased the club's end-of-season awards were scrapped - after a woeful season on and off the pitch. But many will be dismayed by management's announcement that 500 jobs will go.
2 March 2016
Fifa, football's corruption-ridden international governing body, elected its new president on 26 February.
5 August 2015
As we went to press, transport unions were about shut down London for 24 hours, and planning a three-day strike on First Great Western rail.
29 July 2015
All four London Underground unions are planning a new shutdown of the tube network on 5-6 August, writes John Reid, RMT executive member.
24 June 2015
As we go to press, members of transport union RMT are discussing how to fight back at their national conference, writes Transport workers plan fightback.
7 January 2015
Socialist Party member John Reid has been elected as the London Transport member for the RMT union's council of executives
12 November 2014
Socialist Party member John Reid is standing for the London Transport seat of the RMT union national executive after receiving eight nominations from RMT branches representing 70% of the region's members
23 April 2014
RMT members on London's tubes will strike on 28-30 April
11 November 2009
Review: John Reid's eighth edition of Reclaim the Game updates and develops his critique of the "greed is good" culture of British football, writes Jared Wood.
4 June 2008
Now that the football season has drawn to a close, with the battle for the Premiership title having been fought between the usual clubs, John Reid, author of Reclaim the Game reviews the current state of football in England...
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