Southern rail strike talks adjourned
Hopes remain that row can be resolved as Southern’s 2,242 weekday services were cancelled again on Wednesday
Talks at Acas aimed at bringing an end to the long-running Southern rail dispute have adjourned for the day, leaving passengers facing the uncertain prospect of further chaos on Britain’s biggest rail franchise.
Southern’s owner, Govia Thameslink Railway, began talks with drivers’ union Aslef on Wednesday morning, on the second day of a strike that had completely wiped out Southern’s services.
Source: Guardian Transport