RMT union barons will walkout again on October 8

RMT union barons will walkout again on October 8


The RMT union barons will once again bring Britain to a standstill next month, as it was revealed today that 40,000 employees from Network Rail and 15 rail firms will strike on October 8.

RMT Union boss Mick Lynch on the picket line outside London Euston in August

RMT Union boss Mick Lynch on the picket line outside London Euston in August


In a continuing disagreement over wages and working conditions, tens of thousands of British railway workers will go on strike countrywide next month, causing major disruption across the train network.

The 1st and 5th of October are already slated for rail strikes, threatening additional travel disruptions for commuters.

RMT general secretary Mick Lynch viewed Anne-Marie Trevelyan’s meeting with the union as a positive development.

“We welcome this more positive approach from the government to engage with us as a starting step toward reaching a satisfactory resolution,” he said.

“However, since no fresh offer has been presented, our people have no choice but to continue the strike.”

“We will continue to negotiate in good faith, but businesses and the government must realize that our industrial campaign will continue for as long as necessary.”

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