The RMT's Bob Crow, as quoted in the Standard:
“I can tell them [Members of the London Assembly] categorically that any attack on pensions, passes or other hard-won conditions of service would be met with the biggest wave of industrial action on London Underground in 30 years. RMT will not tolerate any sniping away at our members’ workplace rights and agreements.”
No changes have been made to pension arrangements or other terms of employment, yet. Nonetheless, the RMT is clearly gearing up for a fight on this issue, which costs the taxpayer £1.6bn.
You can read the full Evening Standard article here.