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Labour talks to railway travellers across the city

Labour members and supporters talked to commuters at various stations across the city on the first day of fare increases.

Rail passengers are facing higher fares across the UK as average price increases of 2.3% are introduced on the first weekday of the new year.

The increase covers regulated fares, including season tickets, and unregulated, such as off-peak tickets.

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IMG_0460.JPGCouncillors Karen Councillors Karen McCarthy and Brigid Jones supporting the campaign in Selly Oak at the railway station this morning.


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