Eurostar Makes New Offer to Labor Union, Halting Four-Day Strike

Updated on
  • Friday had been first of seven days of strikes set for August
  • Offer ‘could be basis’ for final agreement with workers: Cash

A flag is flown by striking RMT workers at a picket at St Pancras International Station on Aug. 12.

Photographer: Carl Court/Getty Images

A labor union has put the brakes on a four-day strike that forced Eurostar International Ltd. to cancel trains between London and continental Europe on Friday after the company gave its U.K. members a new proposal.

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