Talks between rail bosses and RMT members to avoid a potential strike this week have resumed this morning.
Members of the union are threatening a 24-hour from 5pm this Thursday and 48 hours the following week after a new pay deal was rejected.
It comes after a 24-hour strike over the May Bank Holiday weekend was called off at the final hour by rail union the TSSA after a pay deal was struck.
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