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Tube strike (Monday evening/tuesday)

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Proposed Tube strike - 6 and 7 September

A 24 hour strike by RMT and TSSA union members is set to affect Tube services from early evening on Monday 6 September and throughout Tuesday 7 September.

We'll run the best service we can. Check before you travel using the tools below, and please use an alternative route or method of transport if possible. Visit our strike page for more detailed information.

These lot take the piss.

No way am I busing or driving to work on that day...

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tbygr dfbdfgc

FFS

i beg these cunts f*ck off, swear they earn 40k to drive on the tube :mellow:

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will i be able to central line it to stratty monday morning?

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^ yeh think it starts 6pm Monday

but I dont need this sh*t on Tuesday got sh*t to do

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National Rail from the bits to Liverpool Street FTW

[T]Erry ting bless[/T]

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f*ck, i need to do something on these days wtf is wrong with them smh

Why not the weekends

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Weekdays = more disruption

Looks like im driving.

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We need to get rid of the tube staff. Everything is done electronically via Oyster anyway. We need to have 1/2 persons manning small stations.

These f*ckers are ruining my free time.

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it was alrite for me cos northern line was still running

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So is it all said and done tomorrow then?

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Millions of Londoners face disruption after Tube staff started a 24-hour strike in protest at plans to reduce ticket office staffing.

The strike - the second in recent months - began at 1830 BST.

The RMT and TSSA unions are angry at plans to cut 800 jobs, which they say will affect safety.

Transport for London (TfL), which has pleaded with the unions to call off the "pointless" strike, says change to the network is unavoidable.

The organisation is putting on 100 extra buses and increasing capacity for river journeys to deal with the strike.

The last strike led to travel chaos across the capital.

RMT has instructed all its members to walk out from 1829 BST and has banned them from accepting any overtime.

RMT general secretary Bob Crow said: "We have warned repeatedly that TfL's cuts plans are playing fast and loose with safety and will turn the Tube into a death trap.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-london-11461762

Bob Crow is such a c*nt

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lol, i sort of respect him

he's such a throwback

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Can't have got a week off work at the right time tbh....

f*ck these cunts.

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are these waissmen back to work tomorrow or is it another 2-day ting?

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This is worse than the previous ones. Atleast Victoria line and Piccadilly was running. Don't think i can even get to uni. Don't have a timetable and apparently i have a lecture tomoz which i have no clue about. FML

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plainface turk edition.

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thank god i dont need to use public transport.

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those french knickers advertised in the la redoute ad at the top are turning me on.

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is this just for today? i gotta go to uni on wednesday so hopefully this shits over with by then.

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