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Night Tube Launch Edges Closer With Positive Aslef Union Vote

As expected, the London Underground train drivers represented by the Aslef union have accepted improved conditions for the Night Tube service. Almost 90% of its members voted in favour of taking the money and putting an end to the Night Tube-dodging fun, so we’re another step closer to the rollout of the 24-hour service. Read More >>

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The Night Tube is Finally Back on Track (No, REALLY This Time)

The National Union of Rail, Maritime and Transport Workers (RMT) has finally accepted pay conditions for the Night Tube, meaning that the 24-hour London Underground service is back on the menu. 84% of its 10,000 members reportedly voted in favour of the offer, which has been described as a “fair deal”. Read More >>

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Night Tube Launch Rolls Closer as RMT Boss Agrees Terms

The Night Tube could be back on the menu, people. The head of the Rail, Maritime and Transport union has urged its members to snap up an improved pay and conditions deal, and a vote is set to kick off on February 11. Read More >>

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Night Tube Farce Continues as RMT Announces More London Underground Strikes and Mystery Action

Again? You betcha. The Rail, Maritime and Transport (RMT) union has announced that Tube drivers will be involved in three 24-hour strikes during January and February. Shock horror, they’re still firmly opposed to the planned Night Tube service, which was supposed to arrive in early September, but appears to have been delayed indefinitely. Read More >>

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Rail Workers Strike, Disrupting Christmas Train Services Between London and Scotland

It’s the news we’ve all been dreading. Hundreds of people hoping to get home in time for Christmas day will have to put up with major disruption on overnight train services between London and Scotland, as rail workers on the Caledonian Sleeper kick off a 48-hour strike. Read More >>

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DLR Strike Next Week: East London Transport Service Down From Monday to Wednesday

Members of the Rail, Maritime and Transport union will go on strike next week, in protest against what they see as ‘aggressive’ tactics from DLR operator KeolisAmey. Staff will walk out at 4am on 2 November, returning to work 48 hours later. Read More >>

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Why Driverless Tubes Are a Bad Idea (Or the Best Idea We’ve Ever Heard)

Sam and I are in two minds about the driverless tubes which may well hit London in just 10 years' time. I think we can all agree it'll be a challenge to TFL (not to mention the daily commuters), but tell us who you think has the best argument below: Read More >>