Southern Rail passengers should expect more disruption to their journeys today - in spite of drivers returning to work.
Members of the Aslef union have been on strike for 48 hours in protest against driver-only trains.
Southern's owners Govia Thameslink yesterday announced plans to take the union to the Supreme Court.
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Brent North MP Barry Gardiner was criticised in the Commons after kneeling down among a crowd of demonstrators outside Parliament.
The protestor, called Jennifer, who was born in Brixton in the 1950s described her experience of living in south London.
Scotland Yard said 11 officers were assaulted and five arrests were made as around 500 people gathered in Harlesden on Tuesday evening.