Talks to resolve Southern rail doors row adjourned

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Image caption, The dispute is over who is responsible for opening and closing the train doors

Southern rail and the RMT union have adjourned negotiations after two days of talks in a bid to resolve a dispute over driver-only operated trains.

The year-long row is over Southern's plans to give drivers responsibility for operating the doors, and changing the role of guards to on-board supervisors.

The RMT has taken 31 days of strike action over the proposed changes.

Negotiations are due to resume next week, officials said.

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