London breathed a collective sigh of relief when a 24-hour tube strike scheduled for Thursday (October 5) was called off on Tuesday (October 3).
But tube drivers' union ASLEF has warned that it may still stage a day-long walk out if London Underground (LU) fails to stick to its side of the deal.
The 24-hour strike was planned by Tube drivers following an ongoing dispute with LU about working hours.
Industrial action was called off at around 6pm on Tuesday after a crisis talk meant TFL and ASLEF reached a last minute agreement.
ASLEF's organiser on London Underground, Finn Brennan, said: "We have always been prepared to keep talking to resolve this dispute but ASLEF always has, and always will, insist that management stick to agreements they make with us.
"Our ballot remains live and we will not hesitate to call action in the future if needed to ensure all the commitments made are fully delivered."
A day-long tube strike threatened to bring London Underground to a near standstill, with severely reduced services operating on all lines.
Thousands of football fans travelling to Wembley for the England vs Slovenia game would have also had their journeys disrupted.
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