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General election: Labour to cut rail fares by up to 75%

Independent Sunday, 1 December 2019 ()
Brighton-London peak tickets would fall by £20 to £7.50, and to zero for under-16s
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News video: Labour: Corbyn pledges to slash rail fares by a third

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Jeremy Corbyn pledges to slash regulated rail fares in England by a third from next month. Labour intends to bring the railways back into public ownership if the party wins the December 12 election and then cut regulated rail fares by 33% from January 2020.

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