Talks are taking place to prevent a 24 hour strike by London Underground workers.
Members of the Transport Salaried Staffs Association and the Rail, Maritime and Transport union are due to walk out for 24 hours from 6pm on Sunday in a long-running dispute over job losses and ticket office closures.
There's relief for commuters across the south as the London tube strike has been called off.
If you, or someone in your family, commutes to London - long delays are expected over the next two days because of another tube strike. The 48-hour walk-out by staff will start at nine o'clock tonight.
The industrial action is over plans to close ticket offices with the loss of a thousand jobs. So what will the impact be on travellers from the South? Here's David Wood.
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