Passengers would have fares frozen as new ticket price hike is expected

A multimillion-pound tax on poorly performing rail companies should be used to freeze fares for passengers hit by weeks of disruption, Labour says.

Andy McDonald, the shadow transport secretary, backed the move as another major fares rise is set to be confirmed this week, despite disruptions on several lines that have affected thousands of passengers.

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