Rail unions considering ‘updated’ offer from train firms but ‘no decision’ taken yet as more disruption looms

Leaders of the largest rail employees union are contemplating an “up to date” supply from practice firms geared toward resolving the long-running dispute over jobs, pay and situations.

The transfer by the Rail Supply Group (RDG) follows weeks of talks in a bid to interrupt the impasse.

The Rail Maritime and Transport union (RMT) has held a collection of strikes stretching again to final summer time which prompted journey disruption for passengers throughout the nation.

An RMT spokesperson stated: “Now we have acquired an up to date supply from the RDG and our NEC (nationwide government committee) is contemplating its contents.

“No resolution on any subsequent steps has been taken.”

A spokesperson for the Rail Supply Group stated: “Following additional constructive joint discussions with the RMT management, we’ve put ahead a good revised supply which makes necessary clarifications and reassurances, specifically round job phrases and situations for our workers.

“Our ambition stays to safe long-term, rewarding careers for our individuals, a greater service for passengers and a railway that takes not more than its justifiable share from the taxpayer.

“Our hope is that the RMT government will put this proposal to its full practice working firm membership and permit them a say on the deal, so we will finish this dispute and work collectively to ship a robust future for Britain’s railway and all those that work on it.”

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