Tube strike: Commuters suffer 'severe disruption' [BBC News]

Date: 29/04/2014

Commuters travelling in London are experiencing "severe disruption" as Tube workers strike. Members of the Rail, Maritime and Transport (RMT) Union have walked out for 48 hours over plans to close all ticket offices at a cost of 960 jobs. Transport for London said 50% of services were running compared to about 40% during the last walkout. The strike is due to end at 20:59 BST on Wednesday but disruption may continue into Thursday morning.

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