London Underground

Enigmatic street artist poses as a Transport for London worker while conveying message about masks and the spread of coronavirus.
As thousands of transport workers are to be furloughed amid TLF's “massive financial challenges”, transport secretary Grant Shapps leads the daily press briefing. He is expected to be joined by deputy chief medical officer Jenny Harries.
Public transport continues to be full of commuters, despite the UK being in lockdown due to the coronavirus outbreak. Footage shows trains packed with people at rush hour as a reduced tube service operates in London, sparking calls for ministers to ban all non-essential travel to help stop the spread of the virus.
Pictures of crammed tubes despite tougher social distancing measures have caused widespread concern about the spread of coronavirus.
It is the first high-profile law enforcement operation since Boris Johnson announced strict new curbs on Brits' lives.
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The man, who works on the Jubilee Line, has been off work since returning from a holiday in Vietnam.
A Muslim woman who intervened during an anti-Semitic rant on the London Underground has been thanked by the Jewish father she defended after the pair reunited. Asma Shuweikh stepped in after a man began reading anti-Jewish verses at a father and his two sons.
A mother who intervened in the incident said she "wouldn't hesitate to do it again."
When you say 'girl boss', the subtext is clear. Men can run the show, women cannot, HuffPost UK reporter Rachel Moss writes.
About London Underground
The London Underground is a public transport system serving a large part of Greater London and parts of the home counties of Buckinghamshire, Hertfordshire and Essex.