Southern Rail Strikes Explained

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Southern Rail Strikes Explained

Hundreds of thousands of rail passengers face travel chaos today - as strike action means that no Southern network trains will be running.

It's the first strike by the Aslef Union and follows the rail franchise's failure in the court of appeal last night to have the industrial action ruled illegal.

Sasha Spratt explains.

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