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Rail journeys will be disrupted during both May bank holiday weekends as more than 900 engineering projects are carried out.
Several sections of the West Coast Main Line will be closed from May 4-6, including at London Euston and near Crewe and Glasgow.
Network Rail, the government-owned company responsible for Britain's rail infrastructure, warned that this will have a "major impact" on journeys, with Virgin Trains and London Northwestern Railway among the operators affected.
Alternative routes will be busier than normal and travel times will be extended.
The closure comes just two weeks after London Euston was shut over Easter.
There will be more changes to services on the West Coast Main Line as further work is carried out during the second bank holiday weekend next month, which runs from May 25-27.
One of Bennell's victims approached the dock after reading an impact statement to the court and said "Barry. Barry. Why?"
He was stopped from getting close to the dock by a court usher and asked to return to his seat by Recorder of Liverpool, Judge Clement Goldstone QC.
Bennell stared ahead at the judge with his arms folded as sentencing began but he looked downwards when the victim statements were read out - some by the complainants from the witness box and some by prosecutor Nicholas Johnson QC.
One victim who read a statement to the court said:
Not a day goes by without thinking about the abuse I received. I was just a child."
Paedophile football coach Barry Bennell has appeared in the dock to be sentenced.
The 64-year-old, who wore a blue jumper and white polo shirt for the hearing, was transferred from HMP Woodhill in Milton Keynes to Liverpool Crown Court.
He had appeared via videolink from prison for his five-and-a-half week trial because of health problems.
The former Crewe Alexandra coach will be sentenced for 50 child sexual offences, with many of those specimen counts to reflect the numerous occasions the "industrial scale" abuser targeted some of his 12 victims between 1979 and 1991.
Barry Bennell, the former football coach who has been convicted of 43 counts of historical child sex offences, will be sentenced today.Read the full story ›
Ex-football coach Barry Bennell is facing a fourth jail sentence after a jury convicted him of 36 counts of historical child sex abuse.Read the full story ›
Convicted paedophile Barry Bennell has been found guilty of more child sexual abuse after his latest trial at Liverpool Crown Court.
The jury has not yet reached verdicts on all counts. They will carry on deliberating tomorrow.
The judge says he will accept a majority verdict on those counts if they can’t be unanimous.
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