Rail strike threatens train services [Strike cancelled]

UPDATE: The strike's off after the union got a pay deal

Just in time for the bank holiday, TfL says:

Network Rail unions have called 48 hours of country-wide industrial action on Monday 25 and Tuesday 26 May. If the strike goes ahead, it will affect Southern rail services on Monday, Tuesday and into Wednesday morning.

No Transport for London or London Underground staff will be on strike and so the vast majority of our services will run as normal. However, as some of these rely on Network Rail signals and power supply, if the industrial action goes ahead, no services will run on the London Overground except between Dalston Junction and New Cross/New Cross Gate which will operate from 08:00 and 13:00 on Monday and 08:00 and 17:00 on Tuesday.

For more information visit nationalrail.co.uk/industrialaction 


BrocBrocBroc said...

I heard it was 24hrs of action starting 5pm Monday, not 48hrs?

terrencetrentderby said...

Such a shame will have to "work" from home.

noexcuses said...

Looks like they have got what they want, so it will be a normal working day.

shed said...

Shirking from home (or jerking from home, if you get bored)

JosephJohnODonnell said...

Just the engineering work to get around now https://www.southeasternrailway.co.uk/your-journey/engineering-work/may-bank-holiday/

Headhunter said...

You make jerk chicken when you're bored?

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