Move is likely to further sour relations after months of stoppages over pay dispute

Network Rail has withheld annual bonuses from its union members who took part in strikes, in a move that threatens to further sour industrial relations.

The state-owned railway infrastructure manager settled the pay dispute with its workforce in March this year, after RMT members voted to accept a rise worth 9% over two years.

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