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  • Labour pile on pressure as rail fares to rise by 3.5%

    Labour have seized on the latest rail fare rise to accuse the Government of leaving passengers feeling “ripped off”. Figures published by the Office for National Statistics this morning revealed that fares would rise by around 3.5% next year. Fare rises are calculated at 1% on top of the Retail Prices Index measure of...

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