New talks aim to settle rail dispute

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TALKS aimed at resolving one of the longest ever disputes in the rail industry will be held today.

Leaders of the Rail, Maritime and Transport union will meet bosses at Southern Railway to try to break the deadlocked row over staffing and driver-only trains.

Officials from the drivers’ union Aslef held talks with the company last week.