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N.J. Bus Driver Travels to U.K. to Recount Anti-Worker Actions WASHINGTON, May 4 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- A Durham School Services bus driver from New Jersey spoke out today at the annual shareholders' meeting of Durham's U.K.-based parent company about anti-union actions inflicted on its U.S.
Chairman Should Devote Full Attention To National Express WASHINGTON, Jan.
Teamsters Cited Need for Independent and Transparent Review Process WASHINGTON, Aug.
British Transport Secretary Andrew Adonis said the government will nationalize the Edinburgh to London rail line, the country's busiest intercity route. The government will take over the East Coast Main Line for about a year, Adonis said, calling the move highly regrettable. The government is not prepared to renegotiate rail franchises, he said.
Richard Bowker is resigning as chief executive of the British transport corporation National Express Group PLC, the BBC reported Tuesday. Bowker is stepping down as the company is renegotiating terms for its rail operations with the British government, the BBC said it had learned.
Members of British Parliament Hear Testimony on Human Rights Violations by UK-Based National Express Group and Its Subsidiaries WASHINGTON, June 18 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Teamsters who work at National Express Corporation (NEC), the North American subsidiary of UK-based National Express Group, testified today in front of members of the British Parliament's Joint Committee on Human Rights, sharing their stories of human and workers' rights abuses by the company in the United States and...
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