TfL chiefs urge talks with union as commuters face more Tube misery

Transport for London leaders have called on union bosses to meet this week and thrash out plans to avoid further strike action on the Tube. Commuters faced a second day of travel chaos on Tuesday morning following a 24 hour walkout by 4,000 RMT members on Monday in an ongoing row over job cuts and pensions. The union warned it “would not rest” until it has a “just settlement” suggesting Londoners could face further commuting havoc this summer.

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