Due to a strike by train drivers affiliated with Aslef, one of the largest industrial unions in Britain, there are significant delays in rail travel in England on Friday, according to The Guardian.
Railroad workers are on strike again this week in protest of lower pay.
The biggest railroad companies in England issued a prior warning that they would be unable to accommodate passengers on Friday.
The previous strike, which took place on Wednesday, was the biggest demonstration in the nation in the preceding ten years. A little over 500,000 people participated. Along with train workers, tens of thousands of government employees, educators, and academics demonstrated.
The strikes in Great Britain are anticipated to extend into February.