RMT Transport union shall be balloting for its Tube staff for industrial stroke over doubts that hundreds of jobs might get axed on the subversive.
Attrition for eight hundred jobs have already been declared with more than 140 ticket offices geared up for closing. The ballot shall start on July 20 and shall close on August 11.
The RMT general secretary Bob Crow voiced the job cuts as a mugging on the Tube and the dejection of the staff and public protection on the network while doling out notices to Tube operator London Underground on Thursday.
Mr. Crow added that the London Underground seems to be keen to split up the safety rule book when it calls for the staffing plane.
Further he voiced that they by now have recurring instances of stations which are being left unstaffed. RMT shall not sit aside and wait for the disaster to stroke the network before they shall act.
Commenting on the latest anniversary during July 7 2005 of the terrorist attacks at the London Underground, Mr. Crow further tinted the safety-significance of the staff that is up for the mark.