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Translink railway consultation: Unite union considers industrial action

A union representing bus and train drivers has said more strike action is inevitable with Translink beginning to identifying cuts to rail services.

Translink is "inviting the public to tell them how they use local NI Railways services to help plan network changes to be introduced this summer".

Unite said it was a "rubber-stamping exercise designed to provide political cover for damaging austerity cuts".

BBC News NI Business Correspondent Julian O'Neill reports.

  • 10 Apr 2015
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