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Some rail fares are set to rise by as much as 162% today, just a day after the Chancellor announced a cap on increases of 2.5% next year. Changes to subsidies mean some commuters in the north of England will have to buy a full-price ticket to travel in the evening peak. Shadow Transport Secretary Mary Creagh said: "This...
Tories hit First Capital Connect passengers with stealth fare rises of up to £664 Research carried out by Labour's Shadow Transport team has exposed secret govern...
Labour press release Mary Creagh MP, Labour's Shadow Transport Secretary, responding to the publication of the publication of the ten most overcrowded peak t...
Labour press release Mary Creagh MP, Shadow Transport Secretary, responding to the Government announcement on rail fares, said: "Commuters suffering under the c...
Treasury press release The Chancellor has also announced that train operating companies will no longer be able to increase individual fares by up to 2% more than the...
Transport Committee press release In a report that examines security on Britain’s railways, the cross-party Transport Select Committee calls for more action to sa...
19/08/2014 on BBC News
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