London Underground: "Some trains will still run over Christmas"


London is set for severe transport disruption over the Christmas period, after a High Court judge refused to stop a planned strike by Tube drivers on Boxing Day.

The ASLEF union is demanding more money for its members who work on the bank holiday, but London Underground says the union acted illegally in balloting drivers who were not due to work on the 26th.

Howard Collins from London Underground says some trains will still run over the Christmas period.

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