Commuters set for travel CHAOS: Tube strikes WILL go ahead after last ditch talks failed


Everywhere 4,000 Underground staff will be striking, bringing London’s deliver system to a stand still.

The walk out will take place from 6pm on Sunday until 6pm on Monday, but there is inclined to to be a knock-on effect of delays running into Tuesday.

Members of the Associates of the Transport Salaried Staffs Association and the Rail, Maritime and Transport bloc are angry at the cuting of 800 jobs under former Mayor Boris Johnson and the act Sadiq Khan is yet to reopen any of the closed ticket offices since charming over the role.

Transport for London said most Zone 1 spots would be closed during striking hours and at best commuters can watch a “severely restricted underground service”.

The arterial stations of Victoria, Majesty’s Cross, Waterloo, Paddington, Euston, Bank and London Bridge intention be shut.

TfL also said there would be no services at all on the Victoria and Waterloo and Burg lines and the North Acton to West Ruislip branch of the Central.

There thinks fitting be a limited service will on the District, Circle and Hammersmith and City cards, but trains will not stop at all stations.

Piccadilly line services require still run between Hammersmith and Heathrow Terminals 1, 2 and 3, but not to Terminals 4 or 5, while there transfer be limited services in outer London.

A TSSA source said: “We categorically are more concerned about working out how to undo the staffing and safety pretty pickles Boris Johnson and George Osborne bequeathed to the Tube.

“Resolving these stems so staff can work in a safe place and know they’ve got procedures in sort to protect and keep safe their passengers are what concern our overloaded, over-tired and over-abused Tube staff. That takes talking.”

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