RAIL FARES HAVE GONE UP TWICE AS FAST AS WAGES SINCE 2010, RMT SAYS AHEAD OF LATEST PRICE HIKE

The RMT rail union released its research as the Government is expected to announce a 3.5% hike on Tuesday, August 15

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