Southern rail strikes to go ahead after union rejects £2,000 'bribe'
Rail firm says lump sum back on the table but RMT says it does not move dispute over role of conductors on ‘a single inch’
A new offer aimed at ending the Southern railway conductors row has been rejected, leaving passengers facing fresh travel chaos.
The Rail, Maritime and Transport (RMT) union described the offer as a “bribe”, and disputed “bogus” figures on the number of staff working during strikes.
Source: Guardian Transport