Southern commuters in crowdfunding drive to pay for legal action
Campaign group seeks £25,000 to cover cost of initial stages of judicial review into government’s handling of rail crisis
Commuters on the troubled Southern rail network are raising money for legal action against the Department for Transport over its handling of the franchise.
Passengers have faced months of delays, cancellations and strikes as the rail company has faced off against the RMT union in a dispute over the role of conductors, as well as handling disruption during the renovation of London Bridge station.
Source: Guardian Transport