Only one Havering District Line stati...

Only one Havering District Line station left open in Tube strike starting tonight

There are 1 comment on the Romford Recorder story from Feb 4, 2014, titled Only one Havering District Line station left open in Tube strike starting tonight. In it, Romford Recorder reports that:

Members of the RMT and TSSA unions will walk out at 9.30pm this evening until Thursday night, leaving a skeleton service on the Underground.

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Keith Langridge

Ilford, UK

#1 Feb 5, 2014
I have to attend the royal london hospital on Thursday morning so thanks to all of Bob Crows empty vessels for making this a difficult journey for a disabled man. It is a senseless act and is just a grudge match between crow and Johnson. We all suffer for no purpose at all when there has been so many put forward for early retirement. The unions should be made to pay compensation for such disruptions as we pay the earth to travel on public transport so why should it be disrupted like this!!! It is nothing short of criminal.

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