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    Train strikes cause more disruption for passengers

    Passengers are being disrupted as rail services are hit by more strikes, with some firms running no trains at all.

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    Some 6,500 train drivers at nine rail companies, who are members of the Aslef union, are staging their latest 24-hour walkout in a dispute over pay.

    There have been several rail strikes this summer, with unions calling for pay increases more in line with the rising cost of living.

    But rail companies said they could only fund a pay rise through reform.

    Avanti West Coast, Southeastern, CrossCountry, London Northwestern Railway and West Midlands Railway are running no Saturday services at all, while other operators will have an extremely limited service.

    Transport for London has also advised passengers there will be no service on the entire London Overground network - which is operated by Arriva Rail London, whose drivers are part of the strike.

    The other operators affected by the strike are Great Western, Greater Anglia, LNER and Hull Trains.

    Train companies not involved in the strikes will be running services, but these are expected to be busy.

    London Euston and Birmingham New Street are among the stations that will be closed on Saturday.

    At Euston, a picket line with about 50 Aslef members has formed. People have been arriving at the station hoping to catch trains only to find the entrances closed.

    The disruption is expected to spill over into Sunday morning - so passengers have been told to check with their operator and consider starting their journey later in the day.

    Events including Coldplay's second night at Wembley Stadium and Premier League games in Manchester, London, Birmingham and Brighton will be affected by the disruption, with thousands of travelling fans having had to make other arrangements.


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