Managers have made an offer to staff who work on London's buses in an ongoing dispute over working arrangements during the Olympic Games. A one-day bus strike was held last month by members of the Unite Union amid calls for a £500 bonus.
A planned strike last week was cancelled, but another one is still scheduled to take place on 24th July. The two sides have been negotiating at the conciliation service ACAS.
– John Woods, Acas Deputy Chief Conciliator
"Following six days of negotiations Acas talks between the London bus companies and Unite have reached a conclusion. An offer has been made, the details of which Unite will be reporting back to its representatives tomorrow. The details of the offer remain confidential until this time."