Train delayed? You can now request cash compensation
Passengers claiming compensation for delays and disruption in Great Britain can now request cash compensation
20 July 2015
Two Together Railcard to cut train fares for couples and friends
The Two Together Railcard allows two people travelling together to save a third on train fares
3 March 2014
Rail commuters face fare hikes – but you can beat the rises
Cash-strapped commuters face regulated rail fares rises of 4.1% on average in England next year
13 August 2013
Rail users told full extent of train fare hikes
Commuters have today been told of the full scale of train price rises that come into effect next month
6 December 2012
Beat the train fares hike: some must buy by Monday
Train prices rise on 2 January but some passengers only have until this Monday to benefit from the current, lower rates
16 December 2011
Train fares to rise by 6.2% in January
23 November 2010
The train firms that charge evening peak fares from 3pm
26 August 2010
Rail strike: your rights if your train is cancelled
26 March 2010
Bad weather chaos: your pay and travel rights
6 January 2010
Rail fares to rise in January
16 November 2009
Martin: Car insurance up 41%
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