SCOTRAIL could be "shut down" on Sundays as a dispute over train driver shortages escalates, The Herald has learned.
SCOTRAIL could be \"shut down\" on Sundays as a dispute over train driver shortages escalates, The Herald has learned.
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DAMIEN HENDERSON Transport Correspondent
Aslef, the trade union which represents nearly 1000 ScotRail drivers, said it expected to ballot for industrial action amid mounting frustration with the way the company had handled an ongoing row which it says has left staff having to work around 10 additional shifts a year.
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