Tube strikes WILL go ahead tomorrow: 24-hour shutdown of major lines is set to go ahead

Tube strikes WILL go ahead tomorrow: 24-hour shutdown of major lines is set to go ahead

A 24-hour tube strike planned for Friday, the first of two days and eight nights of scheduled strike action, threatens to bring disruption to London in the run up to Christmas. The five lines due to be affected are the Victoria, Central, Northern, Jubilee, and Piccadilly lines as RMT workers are set to strike from 04.30 on Friday. The dispute is over night shifts drivers are required to work as the night tube service is reintroduced for the first time since the start of the pandemic. Transport for London (TfL) said the strike would result in “little or no service in places” with the Waterloo and City line, which uses Central line drivers, also likely to be hit. The RMT said the work rosters being imposed on tube drivers threatened …
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