Talks at Acas continue today over planned industrial action on Tuesday 2nd April. Yesterday a spokesman said:"Productive talks were held today at Acas between London Underground, RMT and Aslef. The parties have adjourned for the evening to consider their positions."
Should the strike on Tuesday 2nd April go ahead, reduced services will operate on the Jubilee line, with customers advised to seek alternative routes and avoid busy interchange stations if possible.
London Underground has said today they will run as many trains as possible on the Jubilee line, but there will be no service between Stanmore and Wembley Park.
Tube drivers have announced they are going on strike on the first working day after the Easter weekend.
The strike on the Jubilee Line is the first of two over working conditions and claims of bullying.
Paul Brand has the latest from Transport for London's headquarters.
Tube drivers on the Jubilee Line are planning two 24-hour strikes in a row over working conditions, and claims of bullying.
They've been scheduled for next Tuesday, after the Easter weekend, and for the second of May.
Drivers on the Jubilee line are planning two 24-hour strikes in a row over working conditions and claims of bullying, threatening disruption after the Easter break.
Members of the Rail Maritime and Transport union and Aslef on the Jubilee line are set to walk out next Tuesday and again on May 2nd.
The drivers voted overwhelmingly for industrial action, claiming bullying of staff and an "appalling decline" in the standard of working conditions which unions said have led to a breakdown in industrial relations.
Talks will be held at the conciliation service Acas to try to avert the strikes.