‘No jobs at risk’ but more strikes hit trains

‘No jobs at risk’ but more strikes hit trains
 

DAYS after they swallowed the biggest fare rise for five years, rail commuters across Yorkshire awoke yesterday to a week of cancellations and crushes as staff staged the first of three 24-hour walk-outs in a continuing dispute over the roles of guards.
Northern Rail said it was running around 1,350 services – more than half its usual timetable – with a similar service planned for tomorrow and Friday.
But the strike meant that many rush hour and evening services did not operate yesterday, leaving standing room only on those that remained.
The government has insisted that no jobs are under... read more

 
8 January 2018 in Yorkshire & Humber, Views: 27
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