London Underground union rep suspended for union activities

London Underground union rep suspended for union activities

A Tube worker and union activist has been suspended from his job for his organising activities. A demonstration is planned in London this Wednesday (15th).

Andy Littlechild, a track worker at Metronet has been a rep for over 12 years. He is known for his complete dedication to the health, safety and welfare of all workers; Metronet employees and agency staff alike.

He was instrumental in the RMT’s [Rail, Maritime and Transport Union] recent successful campaigns in September last year which stopped management from devaluing Metronet staff’s pensions by 10% and halted mass job cuts, and in April this year opened up the Transport for London pension scheme, free travel on TfL [Transport for London] and subsidised travel on Network Rail to new starters, all previously denied to them by Metronet.

Supporters claim that Metronet management decided to silence Andy "using a fit up disciplinary that would embarrass the Spanish Inquisition."

His co-workers are demanding that Metronet drop the fake charges And reinstate him immediately.

Details of the demonstration for this Wednesday.

Comments

Jason Cortez
Oct 15 2008 02:03

Metronet have caved and Andy has won, so the demo has been canceled.