It’s the chart that has been the touchstone for thousands of frustrated commuters – giving them the justification to vent their spleen at overpaid Tube drivers who have caused havoc in London.
It has “inspired” a host of reactions from those who think being a Tube driver is a cushy job.
So is being a driver as easy as so many people think?
Aslef District Organiser Finn Brennan, a member of one of the unions taking part in the strike, told The Independent:
“This dispute has never been about money. It’s about the life/work balance for Tube drivers in London and making sure that change is negotiated, not imposed.
“Anti-social hours are really unpopular, bad for your health, and extremely disruptive of family life. We’re not objecting to working night shifts, but we want them introduced in a way that is fair and protects the work/life balance of the drivers.”
And it appears there’s plenty of support for the drivers as well.
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