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RMT holds 'productive' meeting with Liverpool's Metro Mayor

The dispute has been over driver-only trains. Credit: PA

Leaders of the biggest rail workers' union have held a "productive" meeting with Liverpool's Metro Mayor in a bid to resolve a dispute over driver-only trains.

The meeting between Steve Rotheram came a day after the latest 24-hour strike by members of the Rail, Maritime and Transport union (RMT).

RMT general secretary Mick Cash said: "We have had a productive meeting today and there was a full and frank exchange of views and information.

"Both sides agreed to continue the dialogue and we will reconvene within the next six weeks."

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