A second round of strikes will affect services on London Underground lines this weekend.

People traveling through London are being warned to plan ahead as there will be "severe disruption" to the tube lines, including the night tube due to the strike action. 

Union members of the Rail, Maritime, and Transport (RMT) will walk out for eight hours from Friday and Saturday evenings on Central and Victoria lines, where the night tube is set to run. 

The night tube was first introduced in 2016 but last year was suspended because of the pandemic, it was planned to re-start last weekend but was met with strike action. 

The RMT union claims Transport for London (TFL) has "ripped up" the agreement on drivers being given the option to work on the night service. 

More strikes are planned in the run-up to Christmas, specifically over the weekends. 

TFL has said that drivers will only work four night tubes a year and added that the new roster has been agreed by other unions. 

The transport service also added that no drivers have been forced to switch part or full-time work if they do no want to.