Signalling failure on network already disrupted by new timetable causes anger

Commuters frustrated by severe disruptions on the trains have taken their anger out on the gates of a station in Hertfordshire, kicking and pushing through them after they were closed to prevent overcrowding.

On Thursday passengers at St Albans were turned away from the platforms following a disruption to East Midlands and Thameslink trains during the morning rush-hour due to a six-mile signalling failure at Luton that caused delays and cancellations across the network.

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