Mass picket at Crossrail, Monday December 5, 6:30am

Via Reel News:

Rank and file electricians have had enough of being paid a third of what they’re worth on the biggest infrastructure project in the world, and walked off the job, shutting down 5 sites with unofficial strike action. They then occupied Laing O’Rourke’s offices in Oxford St, one of the contractors on Crossrail and a notorious blacklister. Now Laings are trying to move a democratically elected shop steward off the project. Time to get behind the sparks – mass picket to defend Terry Wilson on Monday December 5, 6:30am, Tottenham Court Road site. Entrance in Sutton Row, off Soho Square.

 

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2 Responses to Mass picket at Crossrail, Monday December 5, 6:30am

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