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Bombardier to cut 7,500 more jobs across its global operations

Shared from on 21 October 2016

Canadian plane and train maker Bombardier announces significant job cuts for the second time this year, shedding another 7,500 posts.

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Bombardier to cut 7,500 more jobs across its global operations

Shared from on 21 October 2016

Canadian plane and train maker Bombardier announces significant job cuts for the second time this year, shedding another 7,500 posts.

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All prospective private-hire taxi drivers in London could face written English test

Shared from on 23 September 2016

Anyone hoping to drive a private-hire taxi in London could be forced to take a written English test after Transport for London admitted that exemptions for English speakers would hit black and minority ethnic people hardest.

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London bus strike: Workers set for second 24-hour walkout over roster changes

Shared from on 6 September 2016

London bus workers will stage a second 24-hour walkout on Tuesday amid a row over roster changes.

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RMT announces five-day August strike on Southern rail network

Shared from on 28 July 2016

A five-day strike on the Southern rail network has been announced by the RMT union in a long-running dispute over the role of guards.

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Bombardier to cut 7,000 jobs worldwide

Shared from on 17 February 2016

Decision will affect 1,350 UK workers as company blames job losses on economic conditions

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Wales train strike: Aslef members at Arriva begin 24-hour walkout

Shared from on 4 January 2016

Train services across Wales will come to a halt on Monday as train drivers strike in a row over terms and conditions.

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MyFerryLink Calais jobs deal struck ‘to end port dispute’

Shared from on 2 September 2015

A deal has been struck between the French government and ferry workers that it is hoped will end disruption of services between Calais and Dover.

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MyFerryLink Calais jobs deal struck ‘to end port dispute’

Shared from on 2 September 2015

A deal has been struck between the French government and ferry workers that it is hoped will end disruption of services between Calais and Dover.

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Fresh 24-hour Tube strike announced for 5 August

Shared from on 14 July 2015

London Underground drivers will stage a second 24-hour strike in a dispute over night Tube plans, the Aslef union has said.

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Tube strike: Talks fail to reach deal over 24-hour walkout

Shared from on 7 July 2015

Talks have failed to avert a 24-hour Tube strike on Wednesday evening.

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Scottish ferry workers strike in privatisation row

Shared from on 26 June 2015

RMT members at CalMac walk out over prospect of Serco winning contract to operate services across Clyde, inner Hebrides and Western Isles.

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Commuters on the road to hell are beaten before they even get to work

Shared from on 8 May 2015

People cannot separate how they feel about their home life and work, even when they are in the middle of the hell

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Commuters on the road to hell are beaten before they even get to work

Shared from on 8 May 2015

People cannot separate how they feel about their home life and work, even when they are in the middle of the hell

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East coast rail workers to strike on bank holiday Monday

Shared from on 29 April 2015

RMT union members on Virgin’s East Coast trains including Edinburgh to King’s Cross route to walk out for 24 hours in protest at dismissal of colleague.

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