Southern rail operator appeals to supreme court to block drivers' strikes

Southern rail operator appeals to supreme court to block drivers' strikes

Govia Thameslink Railway, which lost court case and appeal against strikes last year, says action by drivers’ union Aslef is unlawful under EU law

Govia Thameslink Railway is taking a legal case against drivers’ union Aslef to the supreme court over its industrial action on Southern rail.

The move came on the second day of strike action by the union in a dispute over driver-only trains. A further strike will be held on Friday, with three more walkouts due at the end of the month.

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Source: Guardian Transport

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