Fresh night tube service talks aim to avert further strikes
Unions likely to walk out again unless Acas-chaired meetings between unions and London Underground can settle dispute over terms and conditions
Fresh talks will be held on Monday to break the deadlock over new all-night underground services in London that have triggered two strikes in recent weeks, causing widespread disruption.
The conciliation service Acas will chair the talks, with the unions likely to walk out again, possibly for 48 hours, unless there is a deal. Workers are unhappy with shift arrangements for the all-night tubes, due to start on 12 September.
Source: Guardian Transport