Jersey bus drivers end strike and return to work

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Jersey's bus strike has ended with services expected to return to normal on Wednesday.

After two days of strike action the bus workers will return to work while negotiations over their new contracts continue.

Bus workers walked out on Monday over changes to the contracts being offered by the new bus operator CT Plus.

The company will take over the island's bus service from the current company Connex in January.

Further strike action was called off late on Tuesday evening, meaning all 19 routes - and all school services - will return to normal.

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