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Train operators have made a quick u-turn over charging Northamptonshire passengers who are forced to abandon journeys by the coronavirus outbreak.
London Northwestern and East Midlands Railway, who run services through the county, will scrap their policy of imposing a £10 fee on refunds for tickets booked in advance after furious passengers accused them of profiteering from the pandemic.
LNWR's customer experience director Lawrence Bowman, whose trains through Northampton between London and Birmingham, said: “We understand these are exceptional times and we are committed to playing our part in supporting the national effort to delay the coronavirus spread.
This article first appeared on www.northamptonchron.co.uk
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