There are delays of up to 45 minutes on Virgin Trains East Coast between Kings Cross and Doncaster due to a faulty train between Stevenage and Peterborough.
Services at a stand on Virgin Trains East Coast between Retford and Doncaster due to overhead line problems.
Tickets being accepted on other routes on Virgin East Coast services. All lines are currently blocked.
The disruption is also affecting Hull Trains.
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Passengers in Birmingham hoping to travel on the Manchester to London Euston route may experience delays and cancellations today following a security alert early this morning.
Virgin Trains running from Manchester to London Euston are being affected, with some services cancelled and others heavily delayed.
There are also issues on trains running from Liverpool Lime Street to Euston, with trains calling additionally at Crewe, Rugby and Milton Keynes Central.
You can find more information from Virgin Trains here.
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Ongoing cancellations & delays in London Midland and Virgin train services between Kings Langley and Watford Junction, due to an earlier train hitting masonry in a tunnel.
Passengers who experience delays of more than half an hour or more are eligible for a refund.
There are delays of up to 40 minutes on London Midland, East Midlands Trains, Virgin Rail and Northern Rail between Liverpool Lime Street and Birmingham New Street due to a signalling problem at Mossley Hill.
Virgin Trains has had plans to run extra services to Shrewsbury on the London to Scotland West Coast Main Line rejected by rail regulators.
The Office of Rail Regulation says there is not enough space on the line to run all the extra services.
Today the government will announce plans to re-open the rail franchising process, six months after the collapse of the West Coast Mainline deal.
It is thought that the priority will be to agree a new ownership deal for the East Coast mainline.
The rail route will be put back into private ownership after a long period under state control.