Rail strike to continue as talks to end dispute resume
BBC News says TRAIN services in Britain will continue to be disrupted on Wednesday as talks resume in a bid to resolve a dispute over jobs, pay and conditions.
Millions of passengers were affected on Tuesday after rail workers walked out in the largest rail strike in decades.
While strikes are not being held on Wednesday, only 60% of trains are expected to be running.
The RMT union will meet Network Rail and train companies, ahead of planned strikes on Thursday and Saturday.
But Prime Minister Boris Johnson has warned passengers must be ready to “stay the course”, insisting that reforms of the rail sector are in the interests of the travelling public.
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