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  • RMT ballots for Overground strike over ticket office reductions The RMT is stepping up its campaign to prevent the opening hours of many London Overground ticket offices being reduced, by balloting its members for strikes and other industrial action. The current plans would mean many Overground ticket offices would only be open between 07.30 and 10.30, and closed all day at weekends. The union™s general secretary Mick Cash said: ˜Having failed to close the London Overground ticket offices completely due to a union and public campaign that convinced London Travel Watch to keep them open ARL [Arriva Rail London] and TfL are now trying to achieve the same re...

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