Londoners can expect travel chaos this weekend, as more train strikes are set to impact the underground services. 

The strikes come over ongoing disputes over pay and working conditions that saw earlier disruption throughout the summer. 

Though some strikes were called off following the passing of Queen Elizabeth II, they are set to restart again throughout November. 

Whilst you might have been planning to head out and do some early Christmas shopping, you might want to check services as they could be severely impacted. 

So you don't have to look for all the need-to-know information, we've rounded it up for you. 

When are the November Tube Strikes? 

The next set of Tube Strikes will take place on Saturday, November 5, also known as bonfire night. 

The strikes will impact the underground, London overground, Elizabeth Line and national rail services.

Further dates are set for Monday 7, Wednesday 9 and November 10 according to the TfL website. 

Why are London Underground staff striking? 

Staff in the London Underground, who are part of the Rail, Maritime and Transport Union (RMT), have previously been striking over jobs, pensions and working conditions. 

But now RMT General Secretary Mick Lynch has shared that "The dishonesty of Network Rail bosses has reached a new low in this national rail dispute.

"On the one hand, they were telling our negotiators that they were prepared to do a deal while planning to torpedo negotiations by imposing unacceptable changes to our member's terms and conditions."

Adding that "members are livid with these duplicitous tactics, and they will now respond in kind with sustained strike action."

Lynch has also previously said that workers "have been messed around" by Transport for London and London Mayor Sadiq Khan. 

You can find out more information via the TfL website.