Olympic Tube strike averted

 

Wednesday 30 May 2012 00:00
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Prospects of an Olympic Tube strike have been averted after the Rail, Maritime and Transport union agreed an £850 bonus for Tube workers, in recognition of the pressures staff will face this summer.

The RMT was the last union representing Tube workers to agree a bonus. Its members "deserve every penny", RMT leader Bob Crow said.

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