Southern strike: Drivers vote in favour of action

Southern strike: Drivers vote in favour of action
 

The UK's biggest rail union has voted overwhelmingly to strike in a dispute over driver-only trains.
Members of the drivers' union Aslef are accusing Southern railway of wanting to impose changes rather than reach an agreement.
The dispute is separate to long-running row between Southern and the Rail, Maritime and Transport (RMT) union over changes to the role of conductors.
Aslef said Southern had "dug its heels in" over the changes.
Southern's drivers who are members of Aslef voted for walkouts by 87%, The union's executive is now deciding its next move.
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