ASLEF, the train drivers’ union, has condemned violence – regardless of political persuasion – after Conservative MP Sir David Amess was stabbed to
It’s lovely that Nicola Sturgeon shows up at Queen Street station in Glasgow to listen to a string quartet. But it is the railway workers in Scotland
After this morning’s announcement that the government’s Operator of Last Resort is to take over the running of the London & South Eastern Railway Mick
On Wednesday 21 July we mark the 30th anniversary of the Newton rail tragedy when two drivers – ASLEF members Reginald McEwan, 61, and David Scott, 27
ASLEF, the train drivers’ union, has responded to the announcement today by the Rail Industry Recovery Group and its Enabling Framework Agreement.
Mick Whelan, general secretary of ASLEF, the train drivers’ union, today paused to reflect on the tragic events of 16 years ago
The government, on Tuesday 18 May, only extended funding for Transport for London until tomorrow [Friday 28 May]. A short-term extension that only
ASLEF general secretary Mick Whelan responds to government announcements of rail upgrades.
ASLEF has described the long-awaited, much-delayed, and watered-down Williams rail review – rebranded, post-pandemic, as the Williams-Shapps Plan for
ASLEF has slammed the ill-informed Sewell report on racism as an abdication of responsibility to those men, women, and children who suffer abuse at