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  • Unite: Open letters to London Mayor Boris Johnson regarding Olympics

    In a letter to the mayor of London, Unite general secretary, Len McCluskey has accused Boris Johnson and his party of wanting to "take on Unite", putting the success of the Olympic Games in "jeopardy" for politically motivated reasons. Len McCluskey has made a final call to meet with Boris Johnson to avoid a total stoppage of bus services beginning this Friday 22 June. If there is no resolution there will be further days of action up to and during the Olympic Games. This is the third time Unite has written to Boris Johnson since September 2011 asking him to intervene. Read the letters here.

  • London bus strike still on as Unite brands London injunction an ‘affront to democracy'

    London bus workers in seventeen bus companies will still be on strike tomorrow (Friday 22 June) despite a high court injunction which Britain’s largest union, Unite branded an ‘affront to democracy.’

  • London bus strike solid as Unite warns of further action

    Britain’s largest union, Unite warned of further strike action as bus workers in over 70 garages across the capital went on strike today (Friday 22 June) over a refusal by bus operators and Transport for London (TfL) to award an Olympic payment.

  • Unite: London bus workers back £577 Olympic bonus

    Following a London-wide bus strike, the first in decades, and six days of negotiations, London bus workers have overwhelmingly voted to accept an offer of an Olympic award, meaning most workers will get £577 for the massive increase in workload over the Olympics.

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