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Aslef vote against Southern deal

- February 17, 2017

Drivers on Southern Railway have rejected a deal aimed at resolving a long-running dispute over driver-only trains.

The Aslef union and Govia Thameslink Railway, the owner of Southern, held lengthy talks in a bid to resolve a long-running row which sparked a series of strikes.

The proposed resolution to the dispute was rejected by 54.1 per cent in a turnout of 72 per cent.

The endless saga lugs on, but what does this mean for commuters?

Here’s Nikolas Donaldson with your train forecast.




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