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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".
As a five-day rail strike gets underway, frustrated Southern rail passengers have tweeted their frustration.
An emergency timetable has been put in place, but hundreds of thousands of passengers face a week of travel chaos.