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The week of strikes has started with London Underground

London Underground strike kicks off week of tube, air and rail walkouts

Passengers face travel chaos from this evening because of a strike by thousands of workers in a dispute over jobs and ticket office closures. Millions of commuters are facing disruption in London Today. Tube staff walked out at 18:00 on Sunday in a dispute over ticket office closures. Mayor Sadiq Khan has criticised the action. Stations are congested and overcrowded, at Clapham Junction as it was evacuated due to overcrowding.

London Underground strike kicks off week of tube, air and rail walkouts. The Guardian

Tube strike 2017: What time does it start – and when will it finish?. The independent

Tube Strike – The latest updates Live. BBC News

Why are London Underground station staff staging a 24-hour walkout? The Independent

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