UNION bosses unleashed extra weekend journey distress on passengers final night time — concentrating on football fans for a second Saturday in a row.
Around 40,000 RMT staff will walk out on Saturday, October 8 in a bitter row over pay to “effectively shut down the network”.
More strikes had already been introduced for Saturday, October 1, and Wednesday, October 5.
He mentioned: “We will continue to negotiate in good faith, but the employers and government need to understand our industrial campaign will continue for as long as it takes.”
But Tory MP Greg Smith raged: “The technique of strike, strike, strike is just not going to win.
“I’m calling on them to cease this motion for the sake of the leisure business and economic system, for stopping folks from going to football matches, seeing pals and going out.”
“They should want secure and well-paid jobs but they are driving away their own customers.”
A Network Rail spokesman mentioned: “This latest strike will again mean very significant disruption for passengers, and we’ll be asking people to only travel if absolutely necessary due to the reduced service that will be in place.”
More industrial motion is set to wreak havoc throughout the Labour convention in Liverpool subsequent Monday as the TSSA rail union begins a 24-hour walk out over pay, situations and job safety.