Travel & Motoring
Passengers are facing being "priced off the railways" ahead of a hike to fares by an average of 2.3% next year
The fuel duty will remain at 57.95/litre, the Chancellor announced today
Two thirds of rail passengers are missing out on compensation for delays, and more than half are unaware of claims
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