Escalation of #Crossfail campaign over health and safety sackings

16 March 2015
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A worker who was sacked for raising health and safety concerns on the Bond Street site of the £15bn publicly funded Crossrail project has decided to step up the campaign with a daily presence at the site he was sacked from.

**See below for how to donate to the #Crossfail reinstatement campaign fund**

Dan Collins’ decision to step up the campaign came after a very positive public response to a protest at the site which brought rush-hour traffic to a halt on Oxford Street in the heart of central London on Friday 13 March.

Oxford Street protest, Friday 13 March
Oxford Street protest, Friday 13 March

And hundreds of commuters took leaflets from campaigners at Bond Street tube station during the morning rush-hour on Monday 16 March.

Dan is appealing for supporters who wish to join him for the daily/ protest leafleting sessions on Oxford Street to drop by the site which is opposite the exit to Bond Street station from 7.30am.

A protest is also being held at the Construction News Specialist Awards on Wednesday 18 March, at 6pm at the London Hilton hotel on Park Lane, W1.

Some of the UK’s largest construction companies are shortlisted for awards including Balfour Beatty who have multi-million pound contracts on Crossrail.

It’s time these companies addressed the health and safety concerns on Crossrail, it’s time to reinstate the sacked electricians!

Click here to view the video from the Friday 13 March protest on Oxford Street

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Email your concerns to Terry Morgan, chairman of Crossrail c/o:
[email protected] and Boris Johnson: [email protected]
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