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Bus drivers to strike in dispute over pay

More than 2,000 London bus drivers are set to walk out next month in an indefinite strike in a row over pay.

It will likely bring travel chaos to the bus network, leaving parts of north London without key services.

The planned strike from October 4 affects Arriva drivers operating from eight depots in north and east London: Ash Grove, Barking, Clapton, Edmonton, Enfield, Palmers Green, Tottenham and Wood Green.

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