RMT response to Old Bailey tube runaway verdict this afternoon

Bob Crow – RMT General Secretary – said: “This shocking incident, which could very easily have resulted in a major tragedy and loss of life as the runaway grinder hurtled after a passenger train, should continue to serve as a … Continue reading

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