Tube driver strikes are expected to go ahead as planned from Tuesday as the union enters “last-ditch” talks with Transport for London (TfL).
TfL are advising commuters to complete journeys by 1pm on Tuesday if the talks fail and industrial action goes ahead. They say the strikes will likely affect the entire tube network and may start earlier than planned.
Members of the Rail, Maritime and Transport union (RMT) are set to stage a series of 24-hour walkouts, starting on August 3, in protest at plans to scrap the pay grade of Night Tube drivers.
Strikes are planned from noon on Tuesday until noon on Wednesday. Another 24-hour walkout is planned for noon on August 5, 24 and 26.