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1996-08-22 DoT-002
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From Sir George Young Secretary of State for Transport commenting on the RMT's announcement to call off the tube strike action.


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From Sir George Young Secretary of State for Transport commenting on the RMT's announcement to call off the tube strike action.
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date
22 August 1996
source Department of Transport
type Press release



I welcome the news that the RMT have now seen sense and accepted
London Underground's offer and that the dispute is settled.It is a
pity that passenger's have been inconvenienced and L.U.L's business
has suffered as a result of earlier strikes.I hope that this three
year deal, which includes a provision amounting to a commitment to go
to arbitration before strike action is taken,will mean that similar
disputes can be avoided in future.


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