Glasgow Subway dispute

Glasgow Subway dispute

Funding boost for Glasgow subway revamp

GLASGOW'S subway system is to receive a "substantial capital contribution" from the Scottish government as it undergoes a £290 million revamp, it was announced today.

Subway pay deal veto

GLASGOW subway workers have rejected the latest pay deal, union leaders said yesterday.

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Strike averted

MEMBERS of the Transport and General Workers Union have called off the strike which was due to close the Glasgow underground until Sunday after talks with Strathclyde Passenger Transport.

Sack threat

STRIKING Glasgow subway staff could be sacked and then offered their jobs back under new terms.

Underground strike talks end without agreement

A SIX-hour meeting between Strathclyde Passenger Transport and unions aimed at finding a solution to the Glasgow underground dispute ended last night without agreement.

Subway staff set to strike

THOUSANDS of passengers on the Glasgow subway face disruption today when staff go on strike despite being made a new pay offer.

Glasgow subway strikes loom

UNION leaders yesterday rejected an improved pay and conditions deal for Glasgow subway workers and said members would start an indefinite series of one-day strikes.

Subway staff on strike

PASSENGERS on Glasgow’s subway service face disruption today as staff stage a strike over changes to holiday rotas.

Subway shuts as staff walk out over discipline dispute

COMMUTERS suffered travel disruption from the complete shutdown of the Glasgow subway yesterday after staff walked out over a disciplinary dispute.

Subway dispute will cost city £3 million a day

THE closure of Glasgow’s Subway is costing the local economy as much as £3 million per day in lost revenue, according to a senior economist.

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