Train services in and out of London King's Cross station have been cancelled tomorrow because of overrunning Network Rail engineering works.
Sources said that the station would effectively be closed throughout the day due to delays to works north of the station.
East Coast Trains said customers would need to start or finish their journey at Finsbury Park in north London, with at least one change of train.
A reduced service to and from the station will go ahead as planned on Sunday, with trains leaving up to 20 minutes earlier than normal from King's Cross.
East Coast spokesman, Paul Emberley, said: "Network Rail has apologised to passengers for the inevitable delays to their travel plans on Saturday as a result of the overrunning engineering works.
"East Coast is particularly sorry too for the inconvenience to its customers as a result, on what we know is an already very busy travel day immediately following the Christmas break.
"For customers intending to start or finish their journey at King's Cross, consideration should be given to deferring travel plans to either Sunday or Monday.
"We're working hard over the holiday period to make the necessary adjustments to our timetable as a consequence, and to provide as much information as we can."
There will be no train services in or out of London Kings Cross, one of the country's busiest terminals, tomorrow because of overrunning Network Rail engineering works north of the station, East Coast has said.
Councils should encourage shops to install free cash machines by offering business rate discounts, a Government Minister has said.
Local Government Minister Penny Mordaunt said that small shops often struggle with local rates payable on cash machines, so giving them an incentive to install free machines would help their businesses and consumers facing fees at the same time.
Ms Mordaunt said: "People should not have to pay through the nose to access their cash. Free-to-use cash machines are a vital service that we are asking councils to take seriously."
The suggestion was welcomed by the Association of Convenience Stores, which said half of local stores now contained an ATM.
Despite the growth of cashless payment systems many small stores still rely on cash. But machines in shops can often charge fees of several pounds to users no matter how big the withdrawal.
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The Archbishop of Canterbury has been diagnosed with pneumonia after being forced to pull out of his Christmas Day sermon through illness, Lambeth Palace said.
The Most Rev Justin Welby missed the annual Canterbury Cathedral service after being unwell for a several days with what was thought at the time to be a "severe cold".
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Today, he was taking bed rest at home but a Boxing Day tweet was posted on his personal account, saying:
A man died following a collision on the Southbound A1 near Scotch Corner.
The man, 72, from Darlington, was travelling with two other people in a red Ford Focus when the accident happened.
The two other occupants of the car were uninjured.
Two other cars - a Silver Peugeot 206 and a Black Nissan Qashqai - were involved in the collision. None of the occupants of either cars were injured.
The incident happened at around 7.40am on Boxing Day at junction 56 between Barton and Scotch Corner. Police are asking anyone who saw the red Ford Focus prior to the incident to contact them on 101.
Hundreds of fundraisers braved the icy waters of Boxing Day to take part in Dips across the regions.
People of all ages donned fancy dress and crazy swimming costumes to participate in the 31st annual dip at Seaburn in Sunderland, Tyne and Wear, Redcar and South Shields among others.