Southern rail dispute: talks break down without agreement

Southern rail dispute: talks break down without agreement

RMT union accuses firm’s owners, Govia Thameslink, of refusing to stick by assurances about staff levels

Talks aimed at resolving the dispute over the role of guards on Southern railway have broken down without agreement, the Rail, Maritime and Transport union has said.

The talks took place even though a three-day strike, which began on Tuesday, is continuing. Further stoppages are planned in coming weeks.

Related: Southern rail boss and RMT chief to meet in bid to break deadlock

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Source: Guardian Transport

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