Two strikes which were set to cause major disruption on the London Underground (LU) for four days have been suspended.

Members of the Rail, Maritime and Transport Workers Union (RMT) had been due to walk out from Sunday evening in a row over staffing on the network.

General secretary Mick Cash said Tube bosses had agreed to reinstate nearly 60% of jobs which had been cut.

Another union previously called off the strikes after reaching an agreement.

Source: RMT suspends strikes on London Underground – BBC News

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