#Tubestrike reactions from brands on social

It's round two of the Tube strike and brands have come out in their droves (again) to entertain and condole Londoners on social media. Take a look at our rolling coverage.

#Tubestrike: who's winning on social?
#Tubestrike: who's winning on social?

Following on from last month's Tube strike, in which the hashtag #tubestrike was trending on Twitter, we will be following brands that are using the occasion to keep their followings laughing/sane, throughout the day.

Expect a plethora of customised Tube maps, alternative modes of transport and anything else climbing aboard the #tubestrike bandwagon. 

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