Londoners breathed a collective sigh of relief last month when the unions called off two 24-hour strikes that would bring the Underground to a standstill. But the news was bittersweet, because the RMT also threatened that there might be more strikes to come, with two more proposed 24-hour strikes on September 8 and 10. But if you were bracing yourself for another round of #tubestrike hell next week, we can all relax as the RMT has called off those strikes too. The dispute is over working conditions for the new night tube service, which has now been delayed until the unions and London Underground can reach an agreement. At the moment the night tube is set to launch sometime in the autumn, but at least for now it looks like we can continue to get the tube during the day. Phew!
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