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Commuters report packed trains on Victoria Line

Passengers have reported busy scenes on the Victoria line as rush-hour commuters were warned to expect severe disruption.

Transport for London is operating services between Seven Sisters and Brixton on the line approximately every eight minutes.

Commuters gearing up for Capital's 48-hour tube strike

If you, or someone in your family, commutes to London - long delays are expected over the next two days because of another tube strike. The 48-hour walk-out by staff will start at nine o'clock tonight.

The industrial action is over plans to close ticket offices with the loss of a thousand jobs. So what will the impact be on travellers from the South? Here's David Wood.

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London Overground services unaffected by strike action

London Overground services will be unaffected by strike action but trains and platforms are expected to be far busier than usual, TfL has said.


London Tube strikes causes chaos for commuters

Commuters in the South are facing delays this morning as strikes on the London Tube are underway.

Members walked out last night for 48 hours in protest at the closure of all ticket offices, with the loss of 950 jobs.

Reduced services were running on most lines, whilst many tube stations were closed, causing travel chaos.

Green MP calls for another railway line from Brighton to London

The UK's only Green MP is calling for a second train line between Brighton and London. Caroline Lucas says the existing line is overcrowded and under too much strain. Opening up the Lewes to Uckfield route again could be one option - a proposal which has huge support. Charlotte Wilkins reports.

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