Rail misery continues for Londoners

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Rail misery continues for Londoners

Following disruption at Kings Cross and Paddington stations, the Office of Rail Regulation has said it's now going to investigate after engineering works ran over on Saturday leading to all services out of Kings Cross being cancelled.

Today, planned engineering works affected many services on the underground.

London Live's Toby Earle and Editor of the Jewish News, Rich Ferrer, discuss the problems.

While Network Rail were very clear about the upgrade work they were planning to carry out, the panel discuss whether is it right that they shut down lines when they know people will be travelling at this time of year.

The panel also discuss whether the transport secretary Patrick McLoughlin, is being helpful as he urges people who were delayed to claim for compensation.

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