SCOTRAIL has hit out at union claims a ticket inspector was dismissed with "no evidence" against him, and said staff were being asked to vote for a strike based on misinformation.
SCOTRAIL has hit out at union claims a ticket inspector was dismissed with \"no evidence\" against him, and said staff were being asked to vote for a strike based on misinformation.
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DAMIEN HENDERSON Transport Correspondent
The National Union of Rail, Maritime and Transport Workers (RMT) has threatened to cause chaos on Scotland's rail network during the festive season after one of its members, Scott Lewis, was sacked in March over an argument with a passenger on a train to Prestwick.
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