Millions of Londoners have faced severe disruptions during a major strike which affected nearly all its lines.

Services on all but the Northern Line were suspended or delayed and several stations closed during the first in a series of 24-hour strikes.

Staff walked out in two waves on in a row over 800 job cuts.

The strike ended at 2100 BST on Tuesday, but (TfL) said there would a “stuttering service” for the rest of the night.

Unions said support for the strike was “rock solid” while the city’s bosses said “was not paralysed”.

Some workers began strike action at 1700 BST on Monday while others walked out four hours later.

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