Southern warns of service cuts when ASLEF ban starts Southern warns of service cuts when ASLEF ban starts

Southern has warned that its train services will be reduced from 29 June until further notice, as ASLEF prepares to start an indefinite overtime ban. Talks between the unions and Govia Thameslink Railway over driver-controlled operation appear to be stalled once again, following a 14-day truce earlier this month between GTR and ASLEF which was intended to allow negotiations to restart. The RMT has also announced new strike dates on Southern, Merseyrail and Northern, while a report commissioned by the DfT has concluded that various reforms are overdue.

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