A planned strike by workers at two London Underground stations over the Jubilee weekend has been suspended.

Members of the Rail, Maritime and Transport (RMT) union were due to walk out on June 3 at London Euston Tube station, along with Green Park in central London, in a row over allegations of bullying.

The union said “significant progress” had been made during talks with London Underground, leading to an agreement to have a review with union involvement to deal with the issue.

RMT said if no immediate improvements are seen and the review does not lead to a just settlement, strike action for a different day will be called.

RMT general secretary Mick Lynch said: “London Underground has finally seen sense to take the union’s arguments seriously regarding workplace bullying and we will now suspend to the strike on June 3 to hopefully reach a resolution quickly.”

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Nick Dent, London Underground’s director of customer operations, said: “We are pleased that the RMT has suspended their industrial action involving station staff at Euston and Green Park stations on June 3 and we will continue to work with them to find a resolution to the issues raised.”

The mayor of London, Sadiq Khan, said: “This good news ensures everyone will be able to make the most of the events in the capital throughout the Platinum Jubilee weekend celebrating Her Majesty’s service to our country.

“This demonstrates the importance of unions working with employers to find solutions. I hope TfL and the RMT can continue to work together on the issues raised.”

– The RMT is still planning a Tube-wide strike on June 6 in a separate dispute over jobs, pay and conditions