Southern rail dispute talks end without agreement
Failure of two sides to reach agreement at Acas means widespread disruption of services will continue on Friday
Talks aimed at resolving the Southern rail dispute have ended without agreement, meaning widespread disruption of service will continue on Friday.
Leaders of the train drivers’ union Aslef met with the company for a second day under the chairmanship of the conciliation service Acas to try to break a deadlocked row over driver-only trains.
No service tomorrow (Friday 16 Dec) due to industrial action by ASLEF union. Passengers are advised not to travel https://t.co/a1iTBnVn00
Source: Guardian Transport