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Network Rail managers accept new four per cent pay rise as Grant Shapps calls on RMT union to follow


Network Rail managers accept new four per cent pay rise as Grant Shapps calls on RMT union barons to end ‘destructive’ strikes’ and agree new deal

  • Transport Salaried Staffs Association said it voted to accept 4% pay increase
  • Announcement was hailed by Transport Secretary Grant Shapps as ‘fantastic’
  • It sparked questions as to why RMT union was not thinking about accepting 

Network Rail managers have voted to accept a pay offer, their union has announced – but the RMT union is still in deadlock.

The Transport Salaried Staffs Association (TSSA) said its management grade members accepted the 4% increase in a ballot.

TSSA organising director Luke Chester said: ‘While falling short of our aspirations on basic pay, this agreement has the significant benefit of addressing…



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