Campaigners demand action in King's Lynn rail fare protest
Lynn rail passengers unhappy with the latest fare increase were urged to demand action from their new MP during a protest event at the town’s station.
The now annual demonstration by campaigners took place today as many commuters returned to work for the first time after the Christmas and New Year break.
This year, fares have risen by an average of 2.7 per cent, adding as much as £200 to the cost of an annual season ticket for travel between Lynn and London.
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