Southern Railway strikes to go ahead as union condemns conductors row 'bribe'

A new offer aimed at ending the Southern Railway conductors row has been rejected, leaving passengers facing fresh travel chaos.
The Rail, Maritime and Transport (RMT) union described the offer as a "bribe", and disputed "bogus" figures on the number of staff working during strikes.
Southern urged the union to put its offer to a referendum to end the row over the role of conductors, saying a £2,000 lump sum is back on the table if they do.
But it was immediately rejected by the union, saying it did not move the dispute forward "a single inch".
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17 October 2016 in Regional East, Views: 20
Source: Belper News

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