Rail Strikes: RMT union members at Network Rail vote to accept pay offer

RMT union members at Network Rail have voted to accept a pay offer.

It means thousands of signal workers and maintenance staff will not take part in any more strikes in the long-running dispute over pay, jobs and working conditions.

The offer members voted on amounts to a pay rise of up to 14.4% for the lowest paid and 9.2% for the highest paid.

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