More than 30,000 Southern Rail passengers have until 30 April to claim
Train passengers who forget their railcards will be able to claim a refund if they're forced to pay a higher fare
Southern Rail has opened up its lump sum compensation scheme to all eligible commuters, who could be owed £100s
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