Transport providers in London set to endure extra disruption on the primary of three days of rail and Tube strikes
Commuters are set to face extra transport distress in London on 21 June when a deliberate strike takes place on the Tube and the railways.
Unite the union has introduced its members at Transport for London and London Underground will participate in industrial motion on that date – the identical day as a giant walkout by one other union.
Yesterday, the RMT mentioned that as much as 50,000 of its members throughout Community Rail, 13 practice operators and on London Underground would strike on 21 June within the “greatest outbreak of business motion within the UK since 1989”.
Additional motion by the RMT is deliberate on 23 and 25 June.