Industrial action involving two unions is threatened in the coming weeks
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Wednesday 25 August 2010
The Government tonight warned that a series of planned strikes by thousands of London Underground workers in a row over jobs would be "seriously damaging" as passengers were braced for travel chaos in the coming months.
Tuesday 24 August 2010
Wednesday 11 August 2010
The threat of Tube travel chaos rose today after members of the RMT transport union voted overwhelmingly for industrial action in a row over jobs and safety.
Wednesday 21 July 2010
A series of planned strikes by workers on London's Docklands Light Railway were called off today after a new offer was made in a bid to resolve a pay row.
Wednesday 21 July 2010
Rail firms were urged today to overhaul ticket machines after a new study found passengers were paying more than they should to travel because of the "bewildering jargon" they faced.
Monday 19 July 2010
Thousands of London Underground workers will start voting tomorrow on whether to go on strike in a row over jobs.
Thursday 15 July 2010
Members of the RMT union are to hold three 24-hour strikes on the Docklands Light Railway (DLR) in London, it was announced today.
Monday 12 July 2010
A 48-hour strike that would have affected Underground services later this week has been suspended following a new offer to the union involved - the RMT, it was announced tonight.
Monday 05 July 2010
The Government was today accused of "declaring war" on trade unions amid rumours that ministers were considering tightening up laws on strike ballots.
Monday 28 June 2010
A transport union leader today promised to "stop the Government in their tracks" if train fares rose and rail investment was cut.
Saturday 26 June 2010
Friday 25 June 2010
London Underground insisted there was no disruption to Tube services again today despite a strike by maintenance workers which union leaders said had caused problems.
Thursday 24 June 2010
London commuters heading home late last night faced major disruption after the High Court refused to grant an injunction to stop a 48-hour strike by Tube maintenance workers.
Wednesday 23 June 2010
A 48-hour strike by London Underground maintenance workers will go ahead tonight after the High Court refused to grant an injunction preventing the stoppage.
Tuesday 22 June 2010
A last-minute legal challenge is to be made to halt a planned 48-hour strike by London Underground maintenance workers, it was revealed tonight.
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