RMT strikes on SWR will go ahead in December

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The Financial Times has reported that RMT has announced that the 27 days of strikes in December on South Western Railway will go ahead on Monday. Talks between RMT and SWR broke down on Thursday afternoon after the union stated that the railway refused to meet its demands. The period of shutdown is the longest strike in four years of disputes between RMT and SWR.

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