— Calum Macdonald, Edinburgh
As the Tory party continues to self-destruct and anger about the cost-of-living crisis builds, public support for striking workers has only grown. Many bourgeois commentators are attributing this to the ‘Mick Lynch effect’: the RMT leader has gone from an obscure trade union official to a household name in the matter of months.
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— South London Rail RMT (PC)
The RMT has begun a major industrial ballot, involving over 40,000 rail workers across Network Rail (NR) and 15 train operating companies (TOCs). This follows on from the successful ballot of 13,000 workers at Transport for London.
If successful, this will result in “potentially the biggest rail strike in modern history”, according to the RMT.
Continue reading RMT National Rail ballot: For united action and workers’ control!
Glasgow is set to grind to a standstill as COP26 – the latest UN Climate Change Conference – begins this weekend.
Continue reading COP26: Glasgow strikes back