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Train drivers on Hull Trains, Greater Anglia and Croydon Tramlink are to stage strikes later month in separate disputes over pay, Aslef has introduced. More rail staff are to be balloted for industrial motion in rising disputes within the trade which threaten big travel disruption within the coming weeks.

Aslef introduced strikes at three firms in separate rows over pay, whereas the Transport Salaried Staffs Association (TSSA) served discover of an industrial motion poll.

Members of Aslef on Hull Trains will strike on June 26, at Greater Anglia on June 23 and on Croydon Tramlink on June 28 and 29 and July 13 and 14.

The TSSA stated it’s going to poll tons of of staff for industrial motion at practice operator Avanti West Coast in a dispute over pay, situations and job safety.

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TSSA basic secretary Manuel Cortes stated: “Avanti West Coast needs to come to the table to face the concerns of their staff and tell their paymasters in government that widespread rail disruption is on the cards.

“Avanti West Coast employees are asking for some fundamental truthful therapy – to not be sacked from their jobs; a good pay rise within the face of a cost-of-living-crisis; and no race to the underside on phrases and situations.

“We could be seeing a summer of discontent across our railways. We are preparing for all options, including co-ordinated strike action.”

Avanti operates passenger practice companies from London Euston to Birmingham, Crewe, Liverpool, Manchester and Glasgow.


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