Talks break down in Southern rail dispute
RMT considering further strike action as Govia Thameslink Railway says it will press ahead with planned changes to staff roles
Talks between Southern and the RMT union aimed at settling the long-running railway dispute have broken down, meaning passengers could face renewed disruption from strikes.
A five-day strike that started last Monday was suspended after three days and both sides returned to talks at the arbitration service Acas on Thursday. But a third day of talks came to an abrupt end on Monday morning.
Source: Guardian Transport