RMT suspends Southern rail strike after British Legion request

RMT suspends Southern rail strike after British Legion request

Union halts industrial action planned for 3 November after request from armed forces charity

A planned Southern rail strike that would have happened close to Remembrance Day has been suspended following a request from the British Legion.

Members of the Rail, Maritime and Transport workers’ union (RMT) were due to walk out from 3 to 5 November amid a bitter dispute over changes to the role of conductors.

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Source: Guardian Transport

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