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The intransigent bosses at London Underground have once again forced the members of the RMT union to take industrial action in defence of public safety and jobs. The decision to axe all its ticket offices and make nearly 1,000 workers redundant is simply an exercise in cutting costs. The closure of ticket offices is overwhelmingly opposed by the general public, who see it as part of the erosion of the service. Rob Sewell reports on the latest action by the RMT.