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More than two-thirds of London Underground services are expected to run during 24-hour strikes tomorrow and next Tuesday after one of the two unions involved in a dispute over hours and pay agreed to accept a peace formula. On the rail network, seven train operators will be hit by stoppages tomorrow and next Tuesday

Meanwhile, on the eve of a day-long nationwide walkout today by postal workers, union leaders were warned that the business was "looking down the barrel of a gun". John Roberts, chairman of the Post Office, said that continuing action was jeopardising job security. Barrie Clement

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