Workers fear the sack as rail misery enters third week

Workers fear the sack as rail misery enters third week

Commuters are facing travel woes for a third week following a timetable change in May which plunged the rail network into chaos.

The BBC reports that northern rail-franchise Northern has aborted about 2,000 services since new timetables started, with more than 200 cancelled or heavily delayed last Friday.

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