Transport Salaried Staffs' Association

TSSA is an independent trade union for the transport and travel trade industries. We have thousands of members right across the UK and Ireland, working for the railways and associated companies.

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  1. Rail union leader says fighting Brexit key to fighting the rise of racism & alt-right

    17 August 2018

    TSSA General Secretary, Manuel Cortes, will make a powerful plea today (Friday) to Labour Party members and beyond to come together to combat the growing menace of the alt-right to British body politics.

  2. TSSA welcomes new Scottish Chief Constable and warns BTP merger unworkable

    17 August 2018

    Commenting on Ian Livingston’s appointment as the new Chief Constable for Police Scotland Manuel Cortes said, “We congratulate Ian Livingstone on his appointment. He has a lot of challenges ahead of him, but surely the biggest is integration with British Transport Police

  3. Passengers are fed up with wage busting fare increases

    15 August 2018

    Responding to the news that rail fares are to rise by the rate of July's RPI figure in January, TSSA leader Manuel Cortes said:

  4. Yet another Tory takeaway

    14 August 2018

    Responding to news that Transport Secretary, Chris Grayling wants to attack future wage rises for rail staff to pay for a reduction in rail fares,

  5. TSSA claims victory as Abellio agrees to recognise them for Fort William Contact Centre

    13 August 2018

    Manuel Cortes today welcomed the news that Abellio had finally agreed to recognise TSSA for their Contact Centre in Fort William and thanked the Lochaber Times for their support.

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