ACAS Talks continue over Tube dispute

TUBE UNION RMT has said that it will be joining last ditch ACAS talks this morning ( Monday, 2nd of August) with a view to securing a constructive solution to the dispute over the abolition of the Night Tube driver grade with strike action across London set to start at lunchtime tomorrow.

General Secretary Mick Lynch said:

“We believe that there is a deal to be done which recognises the work-life balance and job security of our members and we are entering the re-convened talks this morning ‎in a positive frame of mind and we take it that LU Management also will be up for a constructive solution to this dispute.

“RMT's executive has been put ‎on standby for any developments emerging from the ACAS talks later today and we will be issuing further updates in due course.”

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