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Workers brace for travel chaos TODAY with just 20% of trains running and rush hour traffic building


Millions of commuters face a third day of chaos across Britain today during the biggest rail strike in 30 years – as talks between the RMT union and railway bosses failed to resolve a bitter row over pay, jobs and conditions.

Members of the Rail, Maritime and Transport union (RMT) at Network Rail and 13 train operators are staging a second day of strike action, with just 20 per cent of services running and many parts of the country brought to a complete standstill.

Commuters are again jostling onto packed buses, driving or cycling to the office or school during the biggest rail strike in three generations as a fifth of Britain’s usual services expected to run, with even fewer in some areas. 

Northern rail says it will only operate 10 per cent of services and some places will again have no trains at all after fresh talks were stalled yesterday without any new pay offer being made.

Its National Executive Committee can announce further strike dates with just two weeks’ notice and…



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