Aslef asks members to bring Southern rail dispute to an end
Union recommends deal that will allow some trains to run without guards and give drivers 28.5% pay rise over next five years
Drivers on Southern rail could be about to end their dispute after their union recommended a deal that would allow some trains to run without guards and give drivers a 28.5% pay rise over the next five years.
Industrial action has been disrupting the railway since April 2016 but now Aslef, the drivers’ union, will ask its members to vote to end the row.
Source: Guardian Transport