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Good news for Norwich City fans travelling to West Ham as Tube strike is suspended

13:01 11 February 2014

A tube strike notice as commuters faced a 48 hour tube strike last week.

A tube strike notice as commuters faced a 48 hour tube strike last week.

Norwich City fans travelling to tonight’s Premier League fixture at West Ham will no longer face problems on the London Underground after a proposed strike was suspended.

The 48-hour industrial action on the London Underground, the second in a week, was due to start tonight at 9pm - 30 minutes before the final whistle at Upton Park,

The TSSA and fellow union RMT have reportedly both agreed to suspend the second Tube strike after reaching a deal over ticket office closures.

Last week’s 48-hour walkout on February 4 caused major disruption.

Reduced services were running on most lines, while many Tube stations were closed, causing travel chaos.

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