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2015-06-24 NET-001
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RMT, TSSA and Unite members vote to accept Network Rail’s pay offer

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RMT, TSSA and Unite members vote to accept Network Rail’s pay offer

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24 June 2015
source Network Rail
type Press release


Responding to the news that RMT, TSSA and Unite members have voted to accept the offer made by Network Rail on 1 June, Mark Carne, Network Rail chief executive, said: "This has clearly been a difficult period of uncertainty for our employees and for the people and businesses that depend on us. I am therefore pleased that we’ve come to an agreement.

“What has been clear to me throughout these negotiations is the passion we all share for the railway. I'm confident we will all now move forward together, translating that passion into improvements that will drive up our performance and deliver a better service for our customers.”

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Russell Spink
Chief Press Officer
Network Rail
033 0854 3831
07767 672748

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