RMT union stages second 24-hour strike in three days as Aslef overtime ban nears end

Rail passengers across Britain are facing another day of limited and disrupted services, as the RMT union stages a second 24-hour strike in three days in the long-running pay dispute.

Services were due to start late this morning and end early tonight with reduced schedules across England in particular, as about 20,000 train staff working for operators contracted to the Department for Transport (DfT) took action.

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