Trains between Scarborough and Hull to be cancelled due to strike action

Trains between Scarborough and Hull to be cancelled due to strike action
Rail strike continues into November after more walkouts announced
Members of the Rail, Maritime and Transport (RMT) union on Arriva Rail North (Northern) will walk out for 24 hours on three consecutive Saturdays from October 27.

The workers are already striking on the next few Saturdays, including tomorrow, which will be the 31st day of industrial action since the row started.

RMT general secretary Mick Cash said: “RMT continues to make every effort to get serious and meaningful talks going with Northern but the company are not interested.

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The announcement comes as members gear up for the 31st day of strike action tomorrow (Saturday, October 13).

The long-running campaign of action grows longer as the stalemate in negotiations continues without either party making progress.

All RMT Arriva Rail North Conductor, Conductor Instructor and Train Driver members had already been instructed not to turn up for work on the following days: