Metro Employees Re-strike in London

Metro Employees in London Re-Grew: Metro employees' unions in the capital London have announced the dates of the 24 hourly 3 separate labor strike that they had previously planned.
The strike decision by the Metro employees was taken by the unions of RMT and Aslef & Unite, one of the largest transport unions in the UK. 3 24 different dates of the strike to be specified in the salaries and Night Metro was announced due to the announced. The first 26 of January will be followed by a strike on Tuesday, followed by strikes on February at 15 Monday and at 17 Wednesday. RMT General Secretary Mick Cash, who made a statement on the issue, said that after the decision, the Night Metro turned all plans upside down, and the Aslef & Unite Union claimed that the Night Metro plans presented to the London Metro Management did not take seriously and that arbitrary decisions did not offer a solution to the problem.
After the strike decision that did not satisfy both sides, the London Metro Management considered the decision to leave the work of the unions as 'absurd'.

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