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>> London is facing a day of transport chaos Monday, a walkout on the Underground lasting 24 hours. The strike began on Sunday night, running all the way through the working day Monday. The dispute is over staffing levels after the closure of ticket offices in recent years. Most stations in Central London will be closed, the impact on the rest of the network expected to be severe.
Commuters battling to work with no tube trains from vital stations, such as Victoria, Kings Cross, and Waterloo. An overflow of passengers flooding buses and over ground services. The walkout is part of a wave of strikes hitting British rail and air transport. Thousands of commuters suffering through the country's worst rail disruption in decades on Southern trains.
While British Airways staff are planning a two day strike over pay from Tuesday.