Rail bosses expected to warn customers not to travel during largest strike since 1989 next week

Rail bosses are expected to warn commuters not to travel by train during the most disruptive strike action in more than 30 years next week. 

Train operating companies are expected to instruct customers to avoid travelling when the strikes begin next Tuesday.

Rail chiefs are understood to be ‘fine-tuning’ a pared-back timetable which could see services cut by up to 80 per cent and only operating for 11 hours, as negotiators grow increasingly doubtful of reaching a deal before next week’s…

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