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London Underground action enters second morning Many stations across the city, like Waterloo, were crowded with passengers on Wednesday Londoners are facing a second morning of Tube disruption as strike action over planned job cuts and ticket office
London is bracing for the impact of a major strike by transit workers that began this evening, and will shut down most of its metro system until Friday morning. Transport for London, which runs the Tube, will try to keep some lines running during the
Report an Error Save to mystar Kirsty Wigglesworth / AP London mayor Boris Johnson at the launch of the Year of the Bus campaign last week. Underground workers plan to strike tomorrow over Johnson's plans to cut 750 jobs and close ticket offices in
The subterranean railway is a forgotten relic, opened in 1927 to feed the Royal Mail trains that once criss-crossed the country. Photo / Thinkstock In a deserted station, about 20m below the streets of London, engineer Ray Middlesworth turns his
Passengers have been warned to expect disruption to their journeys because of two 48-hour strikes by London Underground (LU) workers over the closure of Tube ticket offices. The company announced contingency plans for dealing with the walkouts from 9.
One Twitter user said more than 100 passengers were trapped on the train during the attack, which caused 'crushing, mass panic and hysterics'. The witness went on to say: 'I can't even tell you how terrifying it was. People thought it was a "fire"
Workers at a London Underground tube station have hit out at the Mayor Boris Johnson's apparent U-turn on ticket office closures by using his pledge to protect them as a Quote of the Day. Appearing on a service information board at Clapham South this
2 January 2014 A violent New Year's Eve brawl on a London Tube train has been captured on video. Five French men have been arrested after the fight at Old Street station on the Northern Line train . A short clip, made up of segments from Vine videos,
London Underground staff to begin voting over strike London Mayor Boris Johnson said it was time to take the Tube "to the next level" London Underground workers will start voting this week on whether to launch New Year strikes in protest at job cuts
NO ONE knows quite how many tunnels have been burrowed under London. Some of the city's many underground channels have been subject to the Official Secrets Act: the Kingsway tunnels were once used by a research arm of MI6, Britain's foreign-