Who is on strike today and how does it affect you? Update for January 2nd

– January 2nd

Unanimous Environment Agency officials will refuse to volunteer to take part in incidents before 9am.

– January 3rd

Network Rail RMT members start new strikes.

Rural Payments Agency (RPA) workers will resume their strike.

All PCS members on National Highways who work for the Traffic Officer Service will take action.

– January 4th

DVSA driving examiners strike begins in London, South East, South Wales and South West.

Traffic officials’ service workers on the National Highways will continue their strike.

The RMT rail workers’ strike continues.

The British strike on the National Highways continues.

RPA employees will continue their strike.

London bus workers at Abellio go on strike.

– January 5th

Train workers from 15 operators with the Aslef union to stage a 24-hour strike.

The DVSA strike continues in London, the South East, South Wales and the South West.

RPA employees will continue their strike.

London bus workers at Abellio go on strike.

– 6th January

RMT rail workers will stage another 48-hour strike.

National Highway workers are holding a two day campaign across the East Midlands and East of England.

The DVSA strike continues in London, the South East, South Wales and the South West.

RPA workers continue strike.

– January 7th

The RMT rail workers’ strike continues.

National Highways workers will continue their strike in the East Midlands and East of England.

The DVSA strike continues in London, the South East, South Wales and the South West.

– January 8th

The DVSA strike continues in London, the South East, South Wales and the South West.

– January 9th

The DVSA strike continues in London, the South East, South Wales and the South West.

RPA workers continue strike.

– 10. January

The Educational Institute of Scotland (EIS) union is set to stage a nationwide strike in primary, special and early childhood education schools.

The DVSA strike continues in London, the South East, South Wales and the South West.

RPA workers continue strike.

London bus workers at Abellio go on strike.

– 11th January

Unisono members who work for five ambulance services in England are set to stage a new strike.

The GMB union, which also represents the rescue workers, has now scheduled further strike actions for this date.

EIS will join forces with the Scottish Secondary Teachers’ Association to organize another national strike in secondary and special secondary schools.

RPA employees will continue their strike.

– January 12

Elizabeth Line workers in London will go on strike.

London bus workers at Abellio will also stage industrial action.

RPA employees will continue their strike.

– 13th January

RPA workers continue strike.

– January 16

EIS will stage a nationwide strike for 16 consecutive days through February 2, with members in two local authorities going on strike each day.

London bus workers at Abellio will go on strike.

– January 18

Members of the Royal College of Nursing (RCN) in England will go on strike.

– January 19

London bus workers at Abellio will go on strike.

RCN members in England will continue their strike.

– January 23

Unisono members who work for five ambulance services in England are set to stage another strike.

– January 25th

London bus workers at Abellio will go on strike.

– January 26th

London bus workers at Abellio will continue the strike.

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Justin Scacco

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