Latest rail strikes condemned as ‘opportunistic’ Latest rail strikes condemned as ‘opportunistic’

A new wave of strikes called by the RMT in the continuing disputes over train staffing has been condemned by the Rail Delivery Group as ‘needless’ and ‘opportunistic’. Two 24-hour walkouts are being staged by the RMT on 3 and 5 October, affecting four operators simultaneously for the first time. Operators and the union have all expressed their ‘disappointment’, and Mick Cash of the RMT repeated that his union remained available for ‘meaningful discussions’.


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