Tube strike: unions call for all-night service plans to be put on hold
London Underground, RMT and Aslef say there will be no further talks to avert strike, with unions warning of more industrial action until dispute is resolved
Unions have called for plans to introduce all-night tube services to be put on hold, claiming the scheme will damage broader London Underground services, ahead of a 24-hour strike that will close the Tube and affect millions more journeys in the capital.
London Underground and unions have said there will be no futher talks to avert the strike that starts on Wednesday evening and will mean no tube trains until Friday morning, directly affecting more than 4m journeys made daily on the network. Unions warned more strikes could follow, with a mandate for continued industrial action until the dispute is resolved.
Source: Guardian Transport