Warnings over fare rises and service cuts despite Transport for London deal TfL expects to receive around £1.2 billion of funding from the Government until the end of March 2024.
New sponsor for London’s cable car to pay TfL a fraction of previous deal
IFS is paying just £420,000 per year for the cable car’s naming rights, compared with the £3.6 million paid by previous sponsor Emirates.
"The role of a Labour MP is on that picket line": John McDonnell and Bernie Sanders condemn TfL deal
Addressing an RMT rally, the American senator also drew parallels between UK and US trade union movements.
More Tube strikes likely after TfL funding deal, warns union
A union says a new government bailout of Transport for London (TfL) will see an "attack" on pay.
Mick Lynch: Transport for London funding deal could lead to further strikes
The RMT boss said the deal would have an impact on pensions and pay for union members in the future.
TfL secures £1.2bn funding but mayor warns fare increases and bus service cuts still likely
Transport for London has secured around £1.2bn in funding from the government, but the city's mayor has warned the agreement is "far from ideal".
Commuters face further Tube strikes despite £1.2bn bailout by taxpayers, says Khan
Rescue deal to save London transport from bankruptcy is criticised by mayor
TfL funding deal means tube fares must rise and bus services be cut
Sadiq Khan accepts ‘far from ideal’ settlement but says it secures long-term future for transport network