Information Commissioner’s Office looks into claims train operator broke data protection rules by releasing images of Labour leader

Virgin Trains faces an investigation by the data protection watchdog over its release of footage of the Labour leader, Jeremy Corbyn, looking for seats on its London to Newcastle service.

Officials at the Information Commissioner’s Office are making inquiries over whether the train operator, owned by the tycoon Sir Richard Branson, broke the rules of the Data Protection Act, which governs the release of such data.

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