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448 years lost to significant train delays in 2018, Which? reveals

Passengers lost almost four million hours to significantly delayed trains last year. This is why we need automatic compensation.

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Train pain and flight strikes: are you prepared for Easter travel disruption?

If your flight is delayed or cancelled this Easter, you could be owed compensation. If your train journey is disrupted, you could get money back.

Could there be more rail chaos on the way for commuters?

Britain’s rail passengers could face delays and cancellations once again, as more improvement works and timetable changes are planned for 2019. That’s according to a report by the Public Accounts...

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Travelling by train this Christmas? Here’s your disruption survival guide

We explore the key disruptions affecting festive travellers, compensation and refund rights, and other festive travel tips.

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Train complaint at a standstill? Now there’s a new way to hold rail companies to account

The new Rail Ombudsman will mean if you think your complaint about your train journey is unfairly rejected, you'll be able to take it further.

Tardy trains revealed: is your station Britain’s most disrupted?

Find out which UK train stations have the most late and cancelled train services and the train companies which are the most tardy. We also explain how to claim compensation for train delays and cancellations.

Train delays: do you know when you can claim compensation?

Reflecting on the latest compensation figures and the announcement of one-click compensation, we don't think enough is being done.

TransPennine Express Train service in York Station.

Train companies will soon be held to account by new complaints process

If frustrated train passengers aren't happy with the outcome of their complaints, from November they can take it to a free-to-use ombudsman service.

Five smart ways to prepare for Pride

The Pride in London Parade takes place on Saturday 7 July from 12pm (midday). The parade sets off from Portland Place, moving down Oxford Circus, along Regent Street to Piccadilly Circus,...

One in five GTR and Northern trains at least 10 minutes late following timetable chaos

Passengers on Northern and GTR trains could be entitled to delay repay compensation due to the timetable chaos.

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