A train company that connects Essex to east London has said its service will be impacted by planned industrial action by Tube workers in London.

c2c announced that if the strikes by the National Union of Rail, Maritime and Transport (RMT) workers on the London Underground goes ahead in the coming days, their trains will not stop at West Ham station.

The industrial action is expected to take place on the Underground network from the evening of Sunday (January 7) until the morning of Friday (January 12).

c2c said its stations that interchange with Transport for London services may be busier than usual on these days.

On Sunday (January 7), it said Tube services will close earlier than normal and customers are advised to complete their Tube journeys by 5.30pm.

Between Monday (December 8) and Thursday (January 11), severe disruption is expected on the Underground with little to no service running.

On the final day, January 12, Tube services will start later than normal, with a good service expected by midday.