Metro Employees in London Re-Grew: Metro employees' unions in the capital London have announced the dates of the 24 hourly 3 separate labor strike that they had previously planned.
The strike decision planned by Metro employees was taken by RMT and Aslef & Unite, one of the UK's largest Transport unions. It was announced that the strikes, which were stated to last 3 hours on 24 different dates, were taken due to salaries and Night Metro. The first will be the strike on Tuesday, the 26th of January, followed by the strikes on Monday, the 15th of February and Wednesday, the 17th. Making a statement on the subject, RMT General Secretary Mick Cash said that the Night Metro turned all plans upside down after the decision, while Aslef & Unite Union claimed that the Night Metro proposals submitted to the London Metro Administration did not take it seriously and arbitrary decisions did not offer a solution to the problem.
After the strike decision that did not satisfy both sides, the London Metro Management considered the decision to leave the work of the unions as 'absurd'.