Train passengers who were affected by the closure of London Kings Cross on saturday are still able to use their tickets to travel today.
Thousands of passengers were faced with delays and cancellations after engineering work over ran. Many were advised to delay their journey till another day.
Sara Nelson from Passenger Focus is urging those affected to claim any compensation they are due.
Staff at City Link depots in the North East are in meetings this morning with the firm's administrators.
Staff at the Gateshead depot told ITV Tyne Tees they are expecting to meet with administrators at 7am.
Many haven't been officially told that the company has entered administration, only learning from ITV news on Chirstmas Day.
The RMT Union says it expects the majority of staff to be made redundant on New Year's Eve, with some kept on to complete deliveries and wind the company down.
135 people are employed at three City Link depots in Tyne and Wear, County Durham and North Yorkshire.
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Two men have been arrested after a window was shot at in Newcastle.
It happened at just after 9.35pm, on Saturday, December 27, at an address on Sunniside Gardens, Benwell. No one was injured.
A silver car was seen leaving the address.
Two men, aged 24 and 23, have been arrested on suspicion of possessing a firearm with intent to cause fear or violence. Both are in police custody.
"I'd like to reassure residents that this is an isolated incident, not connected with any other matters.
"We do have officers on patrol in the area to offer further reassurance and I'd urge anyone with concerns to speak to them.
"Anyone with information should also come forward as they may be able to assist as our investigation continues.
"Anything the public tell us will be treated in the strictest of confidence."
Police on Tyneside are appealing for information after a woman had part of her ear bitten off.
It happened just after 11.40pm on Boxing Day at the Riverside club on the Newcastle Quayside.
A 19-year-old was taken to the RVI for treatment where she remains.
135 staff across the region have been told they face redundancy after the delivery firm City Link went into administration. The RMT Union says talks broke down last night and administrators have confirmed many staff could lose their jobs within the next few days.
The company has depots in the North East and North Yorkshire .
As Kenny Toal reports, as well as full time staff, it employs many subcontractors who are also owed thousands.
A member of staff from City Link in the North East has told ITV Tyne Tees they still haven't been officially notified that the company has gone into administration.
The worker says staff were made to work beyond their hours delivering parcels on Christmas Eve and many times in the run up to Christmas.
News of the administration began to reach staff via word of mouth on Christmas Day but no official confirmation has been made. Workers are attending a meeting at the depot at 7am on Monday.
Administrators for the delivery firm City Link have confirmed they anticipate a substantial number of redundancies in the coming days. EY has been working with City Link since November and were appointed as administrators on Christmas Eve.
The firm says it is assessing the status of existing orders and that will determine the timescale of redundancies. It believes a portion of employees will be kept on for up to three months.
City Link's insolvency means it won't be able to meet redundancy payments and staff will be offered support in making claims from the Government statutory scheme.
The RMT Union has accused City Link of deliberately withholding news of the insolvency. EY says it was asked to take steps to prepare for administration on December 22 but the company continued to trade in order to deliver a significant number of parcels in the run up to Christmas, avoiding disruption for customers. This also enabled some payments to be made to suppliers.
The administrators say they're cautious about the prospect of finding a buyer for the firm after a previous attempt failed.
The RMT Union claims 'a truly horrific catalogue of mismanagement' has led to the redundancy threat to more than 2000 City Link staff.
The Union says a meeting with City Link and administrators Ernst and Young yesterday exposed the mismanagement at the top of the company dating back to November.
The Union claims the firm will not be paying redundancy to staff who will have to apply to the government scheme and sub contractors, who are owed thousands of pounds, are unlikely to see any of their money.
The RMT says the company had been working with insolvency advisors since November but failed to tell staff or unions. It also deliberately withheld news of the insolvency from the 22nd of December, an announcement was planned for Boxing Day but had to be brought forward when the RMT discovered the plot from a whistleblower.
The RMT is demanding an immediate meeting with Vince Cable and his officials and a government supported rescue plan to save the company as a going concern.
"It is crystal clear from today's meeting that there has been a truly horrific catalogue of mismanagement at City Link and that staff and their union have been starved of basic information while a plot was hatched to publicly collapse the business on Boxing Day when in fact it was already declared insolvent.
What a despicable and callous ?manipulation of thousands of workers and their livelihoods over Christmas. Vince Cable has said he will meet us in the New Year. Clearly that is too late and the business will have been smashed to pieces by then as the asset strippers hover like vultures over the corpse.
If the government can nationalise the bankers then they can nationalise City Link which is clearly in the public interest. "
Two thousand staff are facing redundancy on New Years Eve with a skeleton staff kept on for a couple of weeks to wind down the operation.
135 staff are based at three depots in the North East, at Leeming in North Yorkshire, Belmont in Durham and Wardley in Gateshead.
28 people are based in Carlisle.