“The RMT say we can afford more than what’s on offer. What they don’t say is that Network Rail is a public service body and that all profits are reinvested in building a bigger, better, more reliable railway. Any pay increase comes from the pockets of taxpayers and fare paying passengers.
#VTInfo As a result of planned industrial action being cancelled, the original timetabled services have been reinstated for 25th & 26th May.— Virgin Trains (@VirginTrains) May 21, 2015
#VTInfo Further info for passengers who have already requested refunds and made alternative travel arrangements will be release shortly.— Virgin Trains (@VirginTrains) May 21, 2015
We are pleased that strike action has been called off for 25/26 May and we expect to be able to run our full advertised timetable.— GWR Help (@GWRHelp) May 21, 2015
#Industrialaction RMT and TSSA unions have cancelled industrial action planned for Monday/Tuesday 25/26 May. We are running planned service.— South West Trains (@SW_Trains) May 21, 2015
Both TSSA & RMT have suspended their #IndustrialAction, We'll be running usual Bank Holiday service Monday & usual service on Tuesday— Southern (@SouthernRailUK) May 21, 2015
Just to confirm, the industrial action for next week has been suspended. Normal service (save for engineering work) on Monday & Tuesday— Southeastern (@Se_Railway) May 21, 2015