#RailFail trended on Twitter on 2 January as many people returned to work after the Christmas holidays, only to discover average rail fares across the UK had gone up by 3.4%. The price rise is the biggest increase since 2013, resulting in protests at 40 stations across the U.K.
Jan 2, 2018
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- Vodafone Idea launches prepaid Youth Offer with 50% off on Amazon Prime membership
- Unbelievable! Hundreds of hotel guests in S Korea were being secretly filmed, live-streamed
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- Nirav Modi to be extradited to India? UK court issues arrest warrant against fugitive diamantaire
- Mukesh and Anil Ambani: A storied billionaire sibling rivalry is finally ending?
- Anil Ambani invokes 'family values' after elder brother Mukesh saves him from jail
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