Southern rail: A commuter's story
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Southern rail: A commuter's story

Hundreds of Southern rail services have been temporarily axed after months of disruption.

Parent firm Govia Thameslink said the new timetable would run for the foreseeable future.

Meanwhile, a demonstration by fed-up passengers was planned for Monday evening at London Victoria station.

The BBC took a journey with Southern rail commuter Nick Clements.

  • 11 Jul 2016