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Londoners breathed a sigh of relief after the two 24-hour Tube strikes which were planned for this week have been called off.

Tube workers have been in dispute with LU over rotas and working conditions on the new Night Tube service, but after talks between unions and London Underground (LU) managers, the union suspended its action as a "gesture of goodwill" to allow further talks.

Unions have put forward new possible strike dates of 8 and 10 September if agreements cannot be found over working conditions.  These dates are 2 days before the scheduled night tube service is due to start on September 12th.


Tube Strike Cancelled As Gesture Of Goodwill By Unions
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