Cleaners who work for one of the biggest rail companies in the South are due to stage a second strike.
Around 200 staff who clean First Great Western trains will walkout at different times over the next four days.
It's an ongoing dispute over pay and contracts.
Cleaners employed but the firm claim to be First Great Westerns lowest-paid workers.
Earlier this year, they rejected an offer of a 2% rise.
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