Train passengers are facing widespread disruption and cancellations as Britain’s biggest nationwide rail strike for 30 years began on Tuesday morning over pay and conditions.
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Only about 4,500 of the usual 20,000 daily services are expected to run due to the action by 40,000 RMT union members at Network Rail – the organisation that maintains the system – and 13 train operators. London Underground workers are also striking for 24 hours, bringing the capital’s transport system to a halt

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