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Good news! The tube strike on Friday has been called off

Good news! The tube strike on Friday has been called off
Li Shen

Londoners, breathe a big sigh of relief, because this Friday's tube strike has officially been cancelled. Last week, the RMT announced a whopping seven tube strikes over safety issues, the first of which was due to kick off at 6.30am this Friday, but they've agreed to call it off while the London Underground carry out a safety review. But we're not out of the woods just yet, as the other six strikes are still going ahead – for now. Oh, and around 500 track control staff will still be striking this Friday (February 12), but the LU say it won't disrupt the service. Phew!

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