Strike action is set to take place on the London Underground over the Queen's Platinum Jubilee weekend.

The weekend is set to be the busiest of the year, with an extended bank holiday and an influx of tourists set to hit the capital putting extra pressure on the tube network. 

But now, with two major central London stations closed due to strike action, the service will be forced to face more pressure. 

Both Green Park and Euston stations are set to be closed from 00.01 to 23.59 on Friday June 3. 

The news comes as RMT Union Members voted to walk out over the mistreatment of staff. 

As RMT general secretary Mick Lynch said in a statement: "This dispute is due to the consistent unacceptable bullying and intimidating behaviour from management and despite further efforts from your RMT Reps to make progress on these issues, they are facing total intransigence from LUL."

He also said that they expect the strikes on June 3 to cause significant disruption to those celebrating the weekend. 

But did add that "the Union remains available for talks and I urge you all to support the above action to make sure management return to genuine talks to resolve this dispute."

The action will mean trains on the Northern and Victoria lines will skip Euston Stations all day. 

Whilst Jubilee, Piccadilly, and Victoria line trains will need to skin Green Park station.