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ScotRail train drivers accept new pay deal to end disruption

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ScotRail train drivers have voted to accept a 5% pay increase, union Aslef has announced.

Trains across Scotland have been on a reduced timetable for almost two months.

ScotRail said if drivers begin doing overtime again, a full timetable could return within 10 days.

Around 700 services were cut on 23 May when the dispute began and an emergency timetable was introduced.

Aslef Scottish organiser Kevin Lindsay said: “Following a ballot on the improved offer negotiated with ScotRail, Aslef members have voted to accept the proposals on pay and conditions.”

 

 

Written by: Jill McLaren

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