Commuters face more misery as second National Express train strike starts
COMMUTERS across the eastern region face more misery today (Thursday) as the second 48-hour train strike by National Express East Anglia workers gets under way.Last week the ASLEF and RMT trade unions called four 48-hour strikes starting on July 30, Augu
COMMUTERS across the eastern region face more misery today (Thursday) as the second 48-hour train strike by National Express East Anglia workers gets under way.
Last week the ASLEF and RMT trade unions called four 48-hour strikes starting on July 30, August 6, 13 and 20 respectively (all Thursdays and Fridays) in relation to this year's pay award. This week the managers' union TSSA also voted to join the action next week (August 13).
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