An all out strike with the RMT is probably just what this government would like right now to distract from all their self inflicted issues.
And just at the time where any strike will have the least impact on the country; really can't see how the RMT can win this one.
(BTW I assume this will...
Yes it's really not clear.
Was the issue that the infected toilets were 'locked out of use' but the sets remained in service until they were fully cleaned?
Edit: no it's not that I've just realised Thameslink said they were taken out of service.
Nice; currently only allowing 8 people in it so get there early. (Probably changed by the time you travel) Also allows you to BYO and the steward joked that he wouldn't charge corkage. (Not sure if this was official or not)
Top bunk gives you a better night than the bottom one...
I'd say it was the other way around, the pink is the non-wired sections which would require the B of the BEMU and the blue bits are to be wired. (Why would you wire the last few miles to Tweedbank?) But the dates are a bit confusing; I'd treat it as an aspiration rather than gospel
Just had a few nights down in St Ives via the sleeper train (both ways) and these are my thoughts:
* On board staff were excellent; smoothed over any issues and friendly and helpful.
* Full tray breakfast service is suspended but they are doing an acceptable reheated bacon roll