Tube strikes: London Underground workers to stage two more walkouts
RMT union has announced there will be 24-hour strikes from 6.30pm on both 25 and 27 August in an escalation of the row over new rosters
London Underground workers are to stage two further 24-hour strikes as the dispute over all-night tube services continues, the RMT union has announced.
It said the walkouts on 25 and 27 August will take place because London Underground management, under the direction of the city’s mayor, Boris Johnson, are continuing to stall over the issue of work-life balance and job cuts arising from the new rosters, due to come into effect from 12 September.
Source: Guardian Transport