Labour protest at rail prices hikes
Politics / Mon 6th Jan 2014 am31 07:48am
LABOUR activists in Harlow went down to Harlow Town railway station on Monday morning to leaflet and speak to commuters about recent prices hikes.
It seems that a day does not go by without commuters venting their frustration about the level of service on the Harlow to Liverpool Street line.
Average rail fares increased on average by 2.8%.
Many Harlow commuters pay more than £2,500 a year.