Southern rail: RMT agrees to direct talks with government
Union accepts offer of talks with transport secretary Chris Grayling in latest attempt to resolve long-running dispute
The RMT has said it has accepted the offer of direct talks with the government in an effort to solve the long-running Southern rail dispute.
The union, which represents the on-board supervisors, or rebranded conductors, on Southern’s trains, said its general secretary, Mick Cash, would meet the transport secretary, Chris Grayling, at his earliest convenience.
Source: Guardian Transport