One year on, no end in sight for Southern rail dispute

Rail workers staged a protest outside Parliament today in their long-running dispute with the train operator Southern.

Members of the RMT union are still fighting the introduction of driver-only operation. Southern says the changes it's brought in free up staff to help commuters.

The year-long dispute has seen 31 strike days. In 2016, almost sixty thousand Southern services were either fully or partly cancelled. It's the longest dispute on the railways since 1994.

But disabled passengers in particular say the service has gone from bad to worse. Malcolm Shaw reports.