Southern Rail strike: Talks planned as action continues
The first face-to-face talks between the bosses of Southern trains and the RMT union are to take place later in a bid to avert further strike action.
The 72-hour walkout which began on Tuesday is due to go on until Friday, despite the RMT advising members to sign new contracts.
The union has held a series of walkouts since April over the role of conductors on Southern services.
Southern said it would continue to run a revised timetable on Wednesday.
A spokesman for Southern said they did not know where or when the talks would take place.
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