RMT Union

Thousands lined to streets of east London on Monday to say a final farewell to Bob Crow, the former general secretary of
Bob Crow has been remembered across London in a series of tube posters, by the organisation that he most frequently rallied
Whether people like or loathe Bob Crow, his contribution to the industrial and political demographic cannot be diminished by partisan bias. Keep that contribution alive. Join a union. Fight for your rights as a worker deserving of respect and equity. Push for the alternative.
Bob Crow was the greatest trade union leader of his generation and his death came as a devastating shock to me and millions of trade unionists. I would like to send my union's heartfelt condolences to his family, friends and colleagues. I can't imagine how they are feeling and I hope the media respect their request for privacy... Bob once asked why it should be just the bankers, the politicians and the idle rich who enjoyed the finer things in life. While some try to beat us by sowing the seeds of envy, Bob offered hope that a better world is possible.
This is the last known photograph of Bob Crow taken before he died of a suspected heart attack on Tuesday aged 52. Bob Crow
Bob Crow, the firebrand union leader who died today, did as good a job at winding up the conservative press as he did standing
Bob Crow, the firebrand RMT union leader, has died. The news has shocked people who have described him as a "fighter". Crow
Bob Crow, the general secretary of the Rail, Maritime and Transport union, died on Tuesday aged 52. Crow was one of the leading
RMT union leader Bob Crow's shock death has brought an end to the life of one of Britain's most effective trade union leaders
Amid the boilerplate Tory bluster about militant trade unionists holding the public to ransom with unreasonable demands and threats to withdraw their labour comes a new and sinister campaign, led by the mayor himself, demanding the government legislate for a 50% turnout threshold for industrial action ballots... The most dangerous consequence of any new law on ballot thresholds would be for democracy itself.