Angry commuters: 'Enough is enough'
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Southern rail strike: Angry commuters protest at DoT

Talks aimed at stopping Friday's 24-hour strike on the Southern rail network have ended with no deal, the operator says.

About 250 of the affected passengers are now protesting outside the Department of Transport, calling for the Transport Secretary, Chris Grayling to resolve the issue or resign.

Commuters Brad and Martin, who organised the protest, spoke to the BBC's Mark Ashdown.

  • 15 Dec 2016
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