Industrial action set to cause more disruption as 2023 begins



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ndustrial action in different sectors will continue to cause disruption across the UK as 2023.

Services from trains to health will be hit by walkouts in January and beyond.

Here are some of the strikes planned:

– January 3

RMT members at Network Rail launch fresh strikes.

Rural Payments Agency (RPA) staff resume their walkout.

All PCS members at National Highways, working for the traffic officer service, will take action.

– January 4

The DVSA driving examiners’ strike starts in London, the South East, South Wales and the South West.

Traffic officer service workers at National Highways will continue their walkout.

The RMT rail workers’ strike continues.

UK-wide National Highways strike continues.

RPA staff will continue their walkout.

London bus workers at Abellio to go on strike.

– January 5

Train workers at 15 operators with the Aslef union to stage a 24-hour walkout.

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

RPA staff will continue their walkout.

London bus workers at Abellio to go on strike.

– January 6

RMT rail workers will stage another 48-hour strike.

National Highways workers to stage two-day action in the East Midlands and eastern England.

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

RPA staff to continue their walkout.

– January 7

The RMT rail workers’ walkout continues.

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

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

– January 8

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

– January 9

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

RPA staff to continue their walkout.

– January 10

The Educational Institute of Scotland (EIS) union will stage a national strike in primary schools, special schools and early years sites.

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

RPA staff to continue their walkout.

London bus workers at Abellio to go on strike.

– January 11

Unison members working for five ambulance services in England will stage a fresh walkout.

The GMB union, also representing ambulance staff, has scheduled further strike action for this date.

EIS, joined by the Scottish Secondary Teachers’ Association, will stage another national strike in secondary schools and secondary special schools.

RPA staff will continue their walkout.

– January 12

Workers on London’s Elizabeth line will go on strike.

London bus workers at Abellio will also stage industrial action.

RPA staff will continue their walkout.

– January 13

RPA staff to continue their walkout.

– January 16

EIS to stage a national strike for 16 consecutive days until February 2, which will see members in two local authorities strike each day.

London bus workers at Abellio will go on strike.

– January 18

Royal College of Nursing (RCN) members in England will strike.

– January 19

London bus workers at Abellio will go on strike.

RCN members in England will continue their strike.

– January 23

Unison members working for five ambulance services in England will stage another walkout.

– January 25

London bus workers at Abellio will go on strike.

– January 26

London bus workers at Abellio will continue strike.



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