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Bob Crow: Driverless Tube trains 'not going to happen'

16 February 2014 Last updated at 12:40 GMT

Driverless trains on the London Underground would not be safe and were "not going to happen", said the leader of the RMT union.

Bob Crow told Andrew Neil on the Sunday Politics there could be "absolute panic" on London's Victorian network in a breakdown, which could not be compared to newly-built lines in other large cities.

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