Canary Wharf commuters can breathe a collective sigh of relief - the latest round of Tube strikes have been cancelled.

The industrial action - planned for September 8 and 10 - have been suspended according to the

The Rail, Maritime and Transport union made the announcement after London Underground bosses agreed to put back the launch of the Night Tube service.

A RMT statement read: “As the implementation of night Tube has been suspended until we reach agreement and we are continuing discussions and negotiations on all related matters, RMT has suspended the strike action called for September 8 and 10.”

The all-night service was due to be implemented on a handful of lines including the Jubilee serving canary Wharf, on September 12.

Talks between the union and Underground bosses are still ongoing.