Londoners defied the capital's biggest bus strike in 30 years today, despite thousands of drivers walking out in a row over Olympic bonuses. Workers from thirteen of the Capital's twenty bus companies took part in the industrial action.
The Mayor wants their union, Unite, to accept an 8 million pound offer to end the dispute. But Unite says it's not enough as Phil Bayles reports.
More top news
A protest is planned 6pm today outside Stoke Newington police station
Travellers left behind an estimated 250 tonnes in Bromley
Several South West Trains services have been cancelled or delayed by up to 90 minutes