'Heavy residual delays' still remain as commuters were advised to avoid travelling to Victoria at all.Read the full story ›
Some Southern, Gatwick Express and Thameslink services could be axed, delayed by up to half an hour or changed.Read the full story ›
The fresh wave of rail strikes will hit services as the dispute over the role of guards and driver-only trains rumbles on.Read the full story ›
Strikes by Southern Railway guards and drivers in the RMT will go ahead next week after its "exclusion" from talks between Aslef and the company, the union said.
A planned six-day strike by Southern rail drivers, which is due to start on Monday, has been cut to three days.
The strike will now go ahead on January 10, 11 and 13 but not on other days next week.
Train drivers union Aslef confirmed the duration of the strike had been reduced but later announced the adding of three extra days of strike action at the end of the month with disruption planned for January 24, 25 and 27.
The latest strikes comes following months of disruption for Southern passengers caused by industrial action, staff shortages and other problems.
Rail passengers face travel chaos again as long-running dispute continues into 2017.Read the full story ›
A number of strikes will be launched by thousands of workers across the rail, post and airline industries in the lead up to Christmas.Read the full story ›
Southern Rail axed services blaming workers despite staff being available, unions have claimed.Read the full story ›
The five-day strike by Southern Railway workers will be suspended on Thursday and Friday if the company agrees to urgent talks without pre-conditions, the RMT union has said.
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Commuters angry at the strike affecting Southern rail services have clashed with members of the Rail, Maritime and Transport (RMT) union, who's strike has led to five days of reduced train service.
The confrontation took place outside Victoria Station in London, after one disgruntled passenger complained that the cancellation of 40% of trains meant that people "cannot get to work on time".