Southern Railway in new row over unconditional talks 'refusal'



A fresh row has broken out over the deadlocked Southern Railway dispute after the company was accused of refusing approaches for unconditional talks.
The Rail, Maritime and Transport union said the train operator had told the conciliation service Acas it was prepared to discuss only the implementation of its plans to change the role of conductors.
Southern insists it is prepared to meet the union to discuss its offer and has told the RMT it will press ahead with the changes if the union does not reach agreement by noon on Thursday.
It will "regretfully proceed" without the RMT'S... read more

 
4 October 2016 in Regional East, Views: 29
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