Tube strike: Boris Johnson joins commuters on District Line

Boris Johnson has thanked Londoners for their “patience and stoicism” during what he called the “unnecessary” London Underground strike.

He also said he understood how frustrating it has been for commuters and hit out at the RMT and TSSA unions over the 48-hour walkout.

Mr Johnson praised TFL staff for keeping 40 per cent of services running.

4 thoughts on “Tube strike: Boris Johnson joins commuters on District Line”

  1. 10/10 for empathy. To get 20/10 you have to be deliciously rude to that oleaginous SNP leader Mr McGabe. Don’t let his hands near your wallet or any other part of your person

  2. My 13 year old daughter and I have tickets to see Taylor Swift at O2 on Tuesday. Stuffed for getting back. Can’t even find out what time is last tube from North Greenwich. Please do all you can to get strike called off!!

  3. Dear Mr Johnson

    It is a nonsense to be closing the ticket stations. Have you ever stood in a queue for a ticket station and heard the problems people have. They do not even know their question sometimes never mind the answer. The staff are fantastic and very good at giving you all the information you need. What is the point of having the information on the platform when you do not know which platform you need and may even be in the wrong station.

    Yours sincerely


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