South Western Railway conductors vote to strike as tube talks continue
Passengers face disruption after RMT members vote for industrial action, while talks held to avert London tube strike
Passengers on South Western Railway are likely to face disruption to services after conductors voted to strike, as the dispute that plagued Southern moves to another major commuter rail network.
The ballot result came while RMT members took strike action on four other rail services across the country in the escalating row over the future of guards on trains – and as separate talks continued in London to avert a tube strike on Thursday.
Source: Guardian Transport