Londoners face major transport disruption from Wednesday evening as train drivers and staff on the underground rail network walk out for the second time in less than a month. Unions are angry over plans to introduce a new night service from September and weeks of talks with transport bosses have failed to clinch a deal over pay and conditions. Services on the “Tube”, as the world’s oldest underground passenger railway is known, will stop from 18:30 BST on Wednesday until Friday morning, according to London Underground bosses. The action comes just under a month since drivers walked out, bringing services used by some four million people a day to a complete halt and causing misery for commuters in the British capital. In July, unions rejected an offer which included an average 2 percent pay rise, a 2,000 pound “transition bonus” for night-time drivers and a 500-pound one-off payment. On Tuesday,
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