London commuters face the threat of disruption in the coming weeks

Tube strikes: TfL warns passengers of disruptions ahead of 48-hour strikes

London Underground bosses announce contingency plans ahead of walk out over ticket office closures

London commuters face the threat of disruption in the coming weeks

Tube strike threat: Talks aim to halt February walk-outs

Talks aimed at averting strikes by London Underground workers over Tube ticket office closures are to be held.

Boris Johnson TFL information sign mocks Mayor ahead of planned tube strikes

Criticism comes as tube workers prepare for protests and two 48-hour industrial action

Tube strikes loom: workers vote strongly in favour of action against ticket office closure plans

Industrial action involving two unions is threatened in the coming weeks

Rail commuters could be spending as much as 25% of their wages just getting to and from work

Cost of commuting revealed as some train users spend 25% of entire salary getting to and from work

Lowest-paid workers in Birmingham hit hardest by latest revelations in ‘cost of living crisis’

Boost for Londoners hit by cost-of-living crisis as 'real-terms Tube and bus fares freeze' in January announced

But unions denounce news as 'politicised stunt' in wake of scandal over Boris Johnson's comments about people with low IQs

Tube trains standing idle at Upminster in Essex during the 2010 Tube strike

Tube staff to vote on strikes over job cuts

RMT members act after Boris Johnson unveiled plans for ticket office closures and 24-hour weekend running

Railway worker who rescued disabled woman off tracks suspended for breaching safety rules

Worker was one of four people who rescued wheelchair user after she fell off the platform edge at Southend Central station

Users of London’s “Boris Bikes” face disruption this morning after workers on the cycle-hire scheme began a 48-hour strike following a dispute with employers Serco Group over alleged poor working conditions

‘Boris Bike’ workers go on strike over wages

Serco Group employees are also protesting against alleged poor working conditions

London's bicycle hire scheme was launched by mayor Boris Johnson

Boris bike strike: RMT union announces 48-hour walk out

Contractor Serco described the move as "wholly unnecessary"

150 jobs axed at Railcare repairs firm

More than 150 jobs were axed today after a rail repairs and refurbishment company went into administration, with hundreds more workers facing redundancy, unions said.

Hopes for UK jobs as Siemens quits its £1bn trains bid

Contract for 600 carriages could go to Bombardier of Derby

Government rail policy 'a nonsense' says RMT

Two thirds of Britain's rail operators are owned by overseas companies, leaving passengers paying high fares to boost the profits of foreign firms, according to a new report.

Train cleaners vote for strike action on day of England and Wales rugby clash

Workers who clean trains which travel between Wales and England are to stage a 24-hour strike on the day of a crucial rugby game between the two countries.

Commuter chaos set to last a week after downed cables at Radlett

Rail passengers were plagued with problems today with major disruption continuing on busy commuter routes.

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