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7 October 2010, 16:56 | Updated: 7 October 2010, 17:08
Just days after thousands of tube workers went on strike in a row over plans to cut 800 ticket office jobs, London Underground's announced 400 more jobs will go in office and management positions.
It also says it's leaving another 400 vacancies empty.
LU says it's reviewing all non-frontline services to make sure it becomes more efficient.
It comes as the conciliation service ACAS says it's invited underground bosses and union leaders to hold more talks to try and resolve the dispute.