Tube strike causes travel chaos
Millions of commuters in London faced rush-hour misery as Tube workers continued a 72-hour walkout over pensions and jobs.
The strike by the RMT union, in a row following the collapse of maintenance firm Metronet, has closed two-thirds of the Tube network and affected 10 lines.
London Underground managers said services may not return to normal before Friday morning.
Talks aimed at ending the strike will be held later, the RMT announced.
The 10 lines affected by the industrial walk out, which began at 1800 BST on Monday, are the Bakerloo, Central, Victoria, Circle, District, East London, Hammersmith & City, Metropolitan, Waterloo & City and Piccadilly.
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