London Underground services returned to normal today after the latest strike by thousands of workers which disrupted the Tube system yesterday, causing travel misery for passengers.
LU reported that a good service was running on all lines this morning ahead of fresh talks aimed at averting another walkout at the end of the month.
Leaders of the Rail Maritime and Transport union will meet management in a bid to resolve a long-running row over 800 job losses, mainly at ticket offices.
But the Transport Salaried Staffs Association, which is also in dispute with LU, will not be taking part in today's meeting at the conciliation service Acas, lessening the chances of a breakthrough to the deadlocked row.
Leaders of the two unions have offered to lift the threat of disruption over Christmas and the New Year.Reuse content