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Unions have suspended this week's industrial action on the Tube network following talks with London Underground bosses.

TSSA announced it was calling off the 48-hour walk-out, which was due to begin on Tuesday night, at around midday before the RMT released its statement at 1pm.


Services will be temporarily suspended across the DLR after the RMT Union announced a duo of 48-hour strikes relating to disputes over pay and working conditions.

A "total breakdown of industrial relations" between staff and DLR operator, Serco, has been flagged as the reason for the walk-outs, on January 31 and February 4.


Docklands Light Railway staff have voted to go on strike in a row over pay and industrial relations threatening major disruption.

RMT Union members backed action by 9-1 after clashing with management over the use of agency staff, end-of-year pay increases and disciplinary procedures.


Transport bosses have been criticised for a series of ticket office closures at Canary Wharf, one of London's busiest Underground stations.

London Assembly member John Biggs said he received regular complaints about the issue, which Mayor Boris Johnson, chairman of Transport for London, explained away as "staff sickness".