London Underground: news roundup 5.11.2013

A round-up of today’s Underground news, including stories on an EDL ex-tube worker, what’s next for the tube, and grabbing yourself some Underground socks.

Flickr: @Doug88888

Tomorrow’s Tube: what next for London’s underground railways? (The Guardian)

According to new research, the average tube in rush hour will hold £500,000 worth of mobile phones. (Mobile Entertainment)

A former tube worker who helped rescue people from the wreckage on 7/7 is joining the EDL because he feels let down by ministers. (Daily Mail)

And in other news, soon you’ll be able to show your appreciation of your tube network with these amazing London Underground socks.

Heard any other interesting #undergroundnews ? Tweet us @fndunderground and let us know.

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About Natasha Clark

Digital journalist for The Times - Red Box. natasha[dot]clark[at]thetimes[dot]co[dot]uk Previously @TwitterUK, @politicshome and @thesundaytimes. Previously freelance for the Guardian and the Independent. I also work for What's New in Publishing and co-editing Wannabe Hacks. Previously I was Editor @ The Boar, the University of Warwick students' newspaper. I am a graduate of History and Politics from Warwick, and of Newspaper Journalism at City University. Ginger and proud.

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