ASLEF turns up the heat with new Southern action ASLEF turns up the heat with new Southern action

UPDATED: ASLEF is reported to be planning an indefinite overtime ban on Southern as part of the continuing dispute over driver-controlled operation. The start date is not yet known, but the reports follow the announcement of a 24-hour strike by the RMT on 30 May on Southern, as well as on Merseyrail and Northern. Govia Thameslink Railway said it was 'dismayed', while the RMT has called for new joint talks.

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