The threat of industrial action by London Underground workers ended when the biggest Tube union accepted a pay deal.
London Underground workers will take industrial action next week in two separate disputes over pay and the sacking of a colleague.
Union leaders have warned of a “meltdown” on a London Underground maintenance contract as they stepped up demands for the work to be brought in-house.
Passengers on a busy Tube line will have to contend with weekend disruption beyond Easter 2010, London Underground (LU) has said.
Union leaders have warned that safety standards on London Underground were being cut to “dangerous levels” over moves to reduce inspections of escalators on a busy Tube line.
Engineering and electrical workers on London Underground are to launch a ban on overtime in a row over pay, it has been announced.
A key London to Scotland rail route, now effectively under state control, will pass back into private hands in November 2011 under new Government plans.
Union leaders have raised safety fears after claiming that track patrols on parts of London Underground are to be cut from twice to once a week.
Workers on London Underground (LU) have started voting on whether to take industrial action in four separate disputes, threatening pre-Christmas travel chaos for millions of passengers.
Most women motorists feel intimidated when taking their car in for a service, according to a new poll.