There has been an angry reaction to the latest increase in rail fares.
Ticket prices have gone up by an average of 3.9% , meaning regular commuters will now have to shell out hundreds of pounds more, to travel the same distance.
Unions are calling it the Great Train Robbery, saying it's the 10th successive rise, above inflation.
Operators insist the extra money will allow them to improve the rail network.
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