Jubilee Tube strike news – Bank holiday celebrating Queen to be RUINED for Londoners by RMT Union walkout


LONDON Tube drivers have today announced a walk-out during the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee bank holiday.

The move is set to bring absolute chaos to the capital amid the four-day bank holiday in early June.

Staff who are members of the RMT Union say they’ll stop working at Euston and Green Park stations on Friday, June 3, and have threatened the walk out over bullying allegations and a “toxic working environment”.

Both stations will be key transport points for the tens of thousands of visitors heading to the city for the celebrations as Green Park is the nearest station to Buckingham Palace.

The strikes are planned to last the entire day.

They will affect Victoria, Jubilee and Piccadilly line services at both stations. National Rail services at Euston will not be affected.

Brits have angrily labelled the union “disgusting” and “despicable”, as one person said they had “absolutely no sympathy” with workers in a post on Twitter.

“Union and workers – despicable behaviour. Do better,” they wrote.

Another chimed in saying: “Just horrible… holding the country to ransom when we should be celebrating.

“Vile. Nurses don’t strike despite their working conditions.”

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