London Underground 24-hour strike - 5/6 Aug

5th August 2015

ASLEF, RMT and TSSA trade union have announced strike action on London Underground for 24 hours starting 1830 5th August.

We will be running a full service and we appreciate that some customers may not want to travel as a result of the Underground strike. In addition some customers may miss their booked train as a result of the disruption and so discretion will be used where appropriate. As part of East Midlands Trains continuous commitment to 'doing the Right Thing for the customer', passengers who do not wish to travel today or tomorrow may use their ticket for travel on Friday instead and on an earlier service today or tomorrow. Those who wish to claim a refund may do so without an administration charge being applied. Refunds should be dealt with at the place of purchase. Kind regards East Midlands Trains Business Development Team

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