Londoners defied the capital's biggest bus strike in 30 years today, despite thousands of drivers walking out in a row over Olympic bonuses. Workers from thirteen of the Capital's twenty bus companies took part in the industrial action.
The Mayor wants their union, Unite, to accept an 8 million pound offer to end the dispute. But Unite says it's not enough as Phil Bayles reports.
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Both were planning to show that four years after Olympic success in Rio they could take on the world and come away with the belts.
"In fact I think by not clapping it is showing more support for the NHS," said Meenal Viz.
The government is said to be considering July 4th as a possible reopening date for hairdressers and barbers.