The privatisation of British Rail began this month in 1993. It created a system that prioritises profit above the wellbeing of both workers and passengers — and it’s time to bring it to an end, writes RMT general secretary Mick Lynch.
Following a historic motion backing non-compliance with anti-strikes law being passed at Trade Union Congress, the general secretaries of the RMT and FBU sit down with Tribune to discuss why a mass campaign of defiance matters for the future of the trade union movement.
Mick Lynch sits down with Tribune to discuss the latest rail strikes, how the government is scuppering negotiations – and why rail workers are prepared to keep on fighting.
RMT General Secretary Mick Lynch on the government’s latest anti-union laws, why they undermine our democratic rights – and how we fight back.
Tribune sits down with the RMT’s Mick Lynch to discuss the national rail strike, his viral television appearances – and how workers can come together to topple Britain’s super-rich elite.