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Carlisle
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So apparently RMT have asked for talks with Southern as they may have misinterpreted the ASLEF deal (not as bad as RMT first thought) and are seeking clarification, however simultaneously they are considering balloting members to intensify strikes.
The RMTs probably not suicidal, if the drivers settle soon, so probably will the RMT, however if ASLEF members continue to oppose a deal and go back on strike I suspect the RMT want the ability to intensify future action alongside their sister union, if it deems that appropriate

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