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Train drivers offered improved pay deal in bid to end ScotRail crisis

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ScotRail, nationalised in April, cut more than 700 services across the country on Monday. Drivers have refused to work overtime and on rest days because of an unresolved pay dispute. Drivers union Aslef said it will consult its members after a day of negotiations ended with a 4.2 per cent offer and a package of improved conditions.
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ScotRail table improved staff pay offer in bid to end rail crisis

Driver shortages linked to a pay dispute have caused misery for passengers across Scotland

1 month ago·Glasgow, United Kingdom
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Train drivers offered improved pay deal in bid to end ScotRail crisis

Train drivers have been offered an improved pay deal in a bid to end the ScotRail crisis.

1 month ago
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ScotRail drivers offered improved pay deal in bid to end train chaos

A new pay offer has been tabled by the rail operator amid hundreds of journeys being slashed during a wage dispute.

1 month ago
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