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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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Latest News

  1. TSSA response to Jobs Support Scheme

    24 September 2020

    Responding to Chancellor Rishi Sunak's Jobs Support Scheme announcement, aimed at keeping people in work on shorter hours, transport union TSSA said government indecision has seen "jobs lost in droves" and caused "huge needless anxiety among millions of workers."

  2. TSSA calls for Grand Central jobs transfer

    24 September 2020

    Transport union TSSA has called on rail operator Grand Central to ensure that staff affected by the abandonment of the Blackpool-London services are taken on elsewhere. The union is also calling on the government to absorb the services provided by open access operators into the government-protected rail services.

  3. We need to marry our economic crisis with our environmental crisis

    22 September 2020

    TSSA General Secretary Manuel Cortes joined Labour's Shadow Transport Secretary and a host of expert speakers in Monday's policy discussion at Labour Connected, under the heading: Rebuilding our Communities after Austerity and Coronavirus.

  4. "Labour must be bold" says Manuel Cortes to Keir Starmer speech

    22 September 2020

    Reacting to Keir Starmer's first speech as Labour leader to conference, TSSA's leader praised his focus on climate change, equality and transformation and said "Labour must be bold".

  5. The privateers always win, says TSSA of new rail measures

    21 September 2020

    The government has today announced an extension of support for the rail industry in a move which rail union TSSA has said shows that "heads or tails, the privateers always win."

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