"Do you feel cheated whenever you buy a ticket?," asks YouTuber Jazza (aka rhymingwithoranges).
"I personally live just outside of London and I spend over £20 a day just getting in and out of work, and that's money that I'd quite like to have."
Watch his video below for a flavour of what he is going to ask political leaders during Leaders Live. What will you ask?
Lufthansa has warned of disruptions to its services today and tomorrow as a result of industrial action by some of its pilots.
Reuters reports that the German airline has cancelled 1,450 flights.
Strike by Vereinigung Cockpit for continental flights from 13.00 on October 20th to 23.59 on October 21st. More Info: http://t.co/vdwcBqgxKM
The strike, organised by the pilots union Vereinigung Cockpit, will begin at 1pm CEST (12 noon UK time) today and last until 11:59pm CEST (10:59pm UK time) on Tuesday.
Lufthansa said it would initially affect short- and medium-haul flights and would be extended to intercontinental services on Tuesday.
The airline advises all passengers to check the status of their flight
We are currently experiencing high volumes of traffic to our online car tax service, please try later. Sorry for the inconvenience.
The website of the Driver and Vehicle Licensing Agency has crashed as drivers scramble to register their vehicles on the new service.
From today, all drivers will be entered into an electronic register to show whether their tax is up-to-date.
However, many drivers have reported that the service is not working, and they have been unable to access it.
DVLA has asked drivers to try again later.
Looks like the genius move by the DVLA to streamline road tax is going well! "This service is currently unavailable"
From tomorrow, tax discs will no longer be needed to show drivers have paid their vehicle tax. Richard Pallot reports on the end of an era.Read the full story ›
Northern cities could be offered "serious devolution of powers and budgets" in return for electing mayors, George Osborne has announced.
The elected mayors of the North would enjoy similar powers to those of London Mayor Boris Johnson.
A referendum on the subject was held but rejected in 2012.
But Mr Osborne made clear that he was ready to offer a bigger carrot in terms of local decision-making power to tempt the cities to reconsider their opposition.
He said the combined economic and creative energies of Manchester, Liverpool, Leeds, Sheffield and Hull could compete on a global scale, just as the stars of their Premier League football sides could "wipe the floor with any competition" if they came together in one team.
Chancellor George Osborne has tweeted his plans to create a 'Northern Powerhouse' to rival London as he gives keynote speech in Manchester.
We'll back the science & universities & creative clusters in the North and offer the local power & control the #NorthernPowerhouse needs
Chancellor George Osborne has said the fastest growing economic activity right now is in the North-East.
Giving a keynote speech in Manchester, he said people were also joining the jobs market there at the fastest rate.
Despite being a Londoner, the MP, who represents Tatton in Cheshire, spoke of his love for the North.
Being a Londoner I am proud to represent a northern constituency.
I feel the buzz and the energy every time I’m here. And I see it too in the Treasury data."
A new high-speed rail connection and better roads could create an economic "powerhouse" in the north of England to rival the success of London, George Osborne said today.
The Chancellor is proposing the new transport link between Manchester and Leeds to connect a collection of northern cities, which if combined could 'take on the world.'
He said he was prepared to back it up with money in the sum of '£6 to 7billion.'
He said: "It's a vision of how you create better road and rail links across the Pennines.
"We are about to commit, later this year, many billions of pounds to investing in our economy to try to bring together a vision of how the north of England can have this northern powerhouse."
George Osborne has said there is a 'strong case' for more elected mayors to drive growth and development in northern cities and rival London Mayor Boris Johnson.
Speaking on BBC radio 4's Today programme the Chancellor said: "I think there is a strong case for elected mayors in places like Greater Manchester to make sure they have the same powers, the same clout, as the mayor of London does in our capital.
"I think it helps to have a single individual who is, of course, democratically accountable, but also bringing together powers over planning, housing and transport."
He added he wanted to bring together cities like Manchester, Leeds, Liverpool and Hull with new transport links.