Would you pay 'peak peak' train fares?


Plans to cut billions of pounds from the cost of running Britain's railway network are to be announced by the government.

The move follows a review by former civil servant Sir Roy McNulty in 2011, which recommended spending should be cut by a third.

There is also speculation that commuters could be hit with another rise in fares - with 'peak peak' charges a possibility.

BBC News went to London's Euston station to find out what train travellers make of the situation.

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