A BRENT MP says she has been promised that Metropolitan line trains will stop at Willesden Green station.
Sarah Teather took her fight for a seven-day tube service to City Hall last week and claims that transport spokesman Kulveer Ranger has caved into her campaign and said the trains will stop at Willesden Green.
The Liberal Democrat MP has pledged to continue fighting until a date has been set and a full seven day service is resumed in the area.
The Jubilee line is currently out of action every weekend because of engineering works.
Ms Teather, MP for Brent East, said: "Local people are understandably tearing their hair out at the shoddy service they have received from Transport for London (TfL).
"With passengers shelling out for a seven-day service, it is grossly unfair that people in Willesden Green and Neasden should find themselves stranded every weekend without the Tube.
"Transport for London should not be charging their passengers for a sevenday Tube service, if they are not capable of providing one."
Willesden Green Station was modernised in May last year.
A spokesman for TfL said it was considering whether it was possible for trains to stop in Willesden and that it would announce its position shortly.
At the moment there is no case for the Metropolitan line to stop at Neasden.
However, a petition calling for trains to stop at Willesden Green station can be found at www.sarahteather.org.uk/petitions .