Union anger over leaked Tube report

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A leaked confidential document from London Underground has emerged raising the prospect of driverless trains, the closure all but 30 ticket offices and 1,500 job losses.

Tube managers have been quick to play down the revelations, insisting the report was for "discussion purposes" only, but the National Union of Rail, Maritime and Transport Workers (RMT) has expressed concern, describing it as a "blueprint for jobs and safety carnage".

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