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Planned London Underground strikes at two stations are now on hold UK News

As members of the Rail, Maritime and Transport Union at Green Park and Euston Tube Stations, they will no longer be out on June 3 following a row of bullying allegations.

The news comes as the union said there had been “significant progress” in talks with LU.

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Led to an agreement to have a review with union involvement to resolve the issue.

Times Series: Planned London Underground strikes at two stations now suspended (PA)Planned London Underground strikes at two stations are now on hold (PA)

RMT said if no immediate improvement was seen and the review did not lead to a just settlement, a strike for another day would be called.

RMT general secretary Mick Lynch said: “London Underground has finally found it logical to take the union’s arguments about workplace bullying seriously and we will now suspend the June 3rd strike to hopefully achieve quickly to a resolution.”

The suspensions come ahead of the Jubilee weekend which many predict will be the busiest of the year.

This is due to an extended public holiday and an influx of tourists expected to hit the capital, which will put additional pressure on the metro network.

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This notice was published: 2022-05-27 12:44:14

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