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London Underground update on Pay & Night Tube referendum, and Service Control dispute

23 March 2016

Following the referendum of TSSA members which excluded Service Control as they are in a separate dispute, I can now announce the result of the referendum:


· 90.6% of members voted to accept the 4 year pay offer

· 9.4% of members voted to reject the 4 year pay offer

I have therefore formally written to the company to inform them of our acceptance with the exception of our members in Service Control.

I will remind you of the deal we have now accepted on pay:

· 1 April 2015, 1% plus a flat rate £500 consolidated increase for all grades in recognition of the transformation to a 24-hour passenger service operation

· 1 April 2016 RPI or 1%, whichever is the greater

· 1 April 2017 RPI or 1%, whichever is the greater

· 1 April 2018 RPI plus 0.25% or 1%, whichever is the greater

· Night tube launch payment of £500 non-consolidated payment to all operational staff upon the successful launch of Night Tube

· £500 Launch payment to all Station grades staff for the successful implementation of the new model

Service Control Dispute

Members in Service Control are aware of the ballot result which resulted in a positive vote to take industrial action for the issues we remain in dispute for concerning Night Tube and Section 15. I would like to place on record our thanks to all members who have voted which has clearly lead us back to the negotiating table with the company!

We have met the company earlier this week through ACAS and we await further meetings. We remain hopeful of a positive outcome that will avoid us announcing industrial action. At this stage whilst we are fully aware that all members want a positive outcome that avoids potential action, we are keeping all options open and will announce dates if necessary.

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