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‘Britain runs into the buffers’: what the papers say about the rail strikes

Criticism of the government’s failure to prevent the walkouts mix with PM’s call for pay restraint, and business fears about economic damage

The prospect of midsummer misery as Britain grinds to a halt amid a paralysing series of rail strikes is the main story for most of the papers on Tuesday.

“Britain runs into the buffers”, says the splash headline in the Times, which reports that although the strikes are planned for Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, they are likely to cause disruptions for the whole week thanks to timetable disruptions.

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