LONDON (Reuters) – London commuters will face main disruption subsequent month after the practice divers’ union mentioned on Monday it could stage two 24-hour strikes on the underground rail line which serves the Canary Wharf monetary district.
Drivers on the Jubilee Line will stroll out on June 6 and 14 over the imposition of latest timetables, the Rail, Maritime and Transport Workers (RMT) union mentioned.
“Drivers are angry at the impact on work life balance and rightly see this move as the thin end of a very long wedge that could see processes and agreements unilaterally shredded by tube bosses,” mentioned RMT General Secretary Mick Cash.
The Jubilee Line connects Canary Wharf with the capital’s political coronary heart at Westminster, in addition to Bond Street in London’s foremost purchasing district.
Reporting by Ana de Liz; modifying by Michael Holden