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321410/02/18 have transferred from Great Northern to Anglia.

Rail Mileage travelled 2012 is 19790 miles and 2013 is 18861 miles
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Fewer trains in East Anglia as temperatures soar

https://www.railnews.co.uk/news/2017/06/...nglia.html

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Conductor disputes spread again

https://www.railnews.co.uk/news/2017/09/...again.html

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Strike action by RMT union is due to take place here on the 3rd and 5th October as well as Merseyrail, Northern and Southern. This is the first in this dispute at Greater Anglia.
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(19/09/2017 13:47)St Helens Rider Wrote:  Strike action by RMT union is due to take place here on the 3rd and 5th October as well as Merseyrail, Northern and Southern. This is the first in this dispute at Greater Anglia.

It seems like the RMT is now on a collision course with any TOC that obtains new stock and does not make clear that they will retain a second safety critical member of staff for them on routes where there was previously a guard.
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https://www.rmt.org.uk/news/publications...to-rmt.pdf
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will be interesting to see if they manage to run a full service in the next strike.
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It strikes me that if any TOC has enough staff who can be released from normal duties to cover the guards duties then perhaps that is where the savings should come from?
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(24/10/2017 17:56)mikestone Wrote:  https://www.rmt.org.uk/news/publications...to-rmt.pdf
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will be interesting to see if they manage to run a full service in the next strike.
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It strikes me that if any TOC has enough staff who can be released from normal duties to cover the guards duties then perhaps that is where the savings should come from?

I've had to cover duties of someone in another role when there's been a shortage of resource due to illness or holidays. On one occassion I worked about 10 hours above my contracted hours for the week. It doesn't mean that because I was covering part of someone else's duties that my own duties weren't needed.
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