BBC.com
June 9, 2012

Bus workers in London have voted to take strike action in a row over their workload during the Olympics.

Nearly 40% of Unite members working for 21 bus companies voted 94% in favour of strike action. No dates have been set.

The union, which is asking for a £500 bonus, says bus workers are the only London transport workers not to receive an Olympics bonus payment.

Transport for London (TfL) said it was disappointed but workers were employed by private firms who set their pay.

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