Guernsey striking bus drivers head back to work

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Guernsey's bus service will resume on Tuesday after "productive" talks between drivers and their employer CT Plus.

Bus drivers on the island have been in talks with CT Plus following a strike over pay and conditions on Monday.

The Commerce and Employment Department said services would resume under a temporary timetable.

Talks would also continue "with a view to assisting the parties to resolve their differences".

In May, bus drivers voted against taking industrial action but staff have voiced unhappiness over pay and working conditions for some time.

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