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BREAKING: Southern drivers vote for further strike action

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Drivers at Southern and Gatwick Express have voted for strike action by a massive majority, in protest at having to close train doors.

A decision on when any action may be held is still to be announced but could be as early as next Tuesday.

Guards are also considering more strikes in the ongoing row.

The drivers are members of the ASLEF Union and the following has just been issued:

Mick Whelan, general secretary, has welcomed the strong mandate from GTR Southern & Gatwick Express members who have voted overwhelmingly in favour of taking action over the dispute concerning the extension of driver only operations.

95.8% of our members voted Yes to taking part in industrial action short of a strike and 84.4% voted Yes to taking part in a strike, on a turnout of just over 82%

– ASLEF statement

PM at B&Q in Eastleigh: 'We don't want a DIY recession'

David Cameron talks to B&Q workers at their HQ in Chandler's Ford Credit: ITV

"As I stand here in B&Q it would be a DIY recession" - The words of the Prime Minister as he spoke in Hampshire today, exactly a month before the EU Referendum.

David Cameron and George Osborne were visiting B and Q headquarters to warn more than eight hundred thousand jobs could be lost if the UK exits the EU .

Here's a video clip of some of the main parts of his speech:

But the Brexit Campaign says we can flourish outside the EU and disputes some of the Prime Minister's assessment.

Former Tory Leader, Iain Duncan Smith says a number of economists don't agree with the report and the Treasury has looked at the "very worst possibilties."



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