Rail passengers will face more travel chaos as Southern Railway announce a new 48-hour strike.
The Rail, Maritime and Transport (RMT) union say its members will walk out on 7th and 8th September. It's over the long-running row over the role of guards on trains, changes which were imposed from Sunday.
The strikes will come on top of months of disruption to Southern's services because of industrial action and staff shortages.
Passengers have staged demonstrations to protest the level of services.
Southern says strike timetable will still apply tomorrow even though the strike is off.
The Government faces protests by rail workers and passengers today over the crisis at Southern Railway.
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