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All-night Tube services on New Year's Eve have been agreed by workers under a "groundbreaking" deal to give them a 35-hour week.
The agreement paves the way for later running of Tubes on Friday and Saturday evenings and removes the threat of hundreds of job cuts, said the Rail Maritime and Transport union, which held a 24-hour strike in the summer when negotiations stalled. The union said London Underground station staff will have 52 days holiday a year, equal to 43 per cent of the year away from work including rest days.
Source: Evening Standard
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