RMT has announced not one, not two, but SEVENTEEN strike days on the DLR, including two four-day strikes, across the first four months of 2016.
DLR workers struck in November, bringing the network to a complete standstill. Now, instead of letting negotiations trundle on indefinitely, or announcing one or two more strikes of a day or two and seeing where that gets them, they've sent a very clear signal to management: multiple sets of strikes, all announced at once, escalating over several months.
Tubeworker would like to see similar tactics used in our disputes on LU. And as we're hopefully just about to put management's latest pay offer where it belongs (in the bin), maybe we could even coordinate our strikes with our brothers and sisters on the DLR?