London bus drivers: tell us why you’re striking | Transport

Thousands of bus drivers in the Unite union at two employers, Abellio and Metroline, will strike in December over pay.

The Metroline workers, who cover routes in north and west London, were on strike for three days from Thursday 1 to Saturday 3 December and are due to strike again on 8-9 and 15-16 December.

Abellio bus workers, largely based in the south and west of London, took three days of strike action in late November and will also strike on 9-10 and 16-17 December.

We would like to speak to bus drivers who will be striking about the reasons they are taking the action. What are your concerns?

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