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When are the train strikes in October? Full list of dates for planned rail worker walk-outs

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A series of train strike dates are planned throughout October over an ongoing dispute regarding jobs, pay, and working conditions.

Members of the Rail, Maritime and Transport union (RMT), Aslef, Unite and the Transport Salaried Staffs’ Association (TSSA) are all planning industrial action over the autumn period.

It means that there will be significant delays and train cancellations throughout the month. Passengers are being urged to travel only if necessary, with some train companies cutting services completely on strike days. READ MORE: All London to Manchester trains cancelled and 'severe disruption' warning ahead of train strikes So far, strikes are planned for four days in October.

Service levels will depend on how many workers are striking with some days being targetted by more than one union. October 1 Members of the RMT, Aslef, the TSSA and Unite will all walk out on Saturday, October 1.

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