Train misery for commuters yet to vote in EU referendum

Train misery for commuters yet to vote in EU referendum

Thousands of people stranded at Waterloo and other stations after torrential rain throws services into chaos

Commuters in south-east England expressed their frustration as extensive rail disruption threatened to scupper their chances to vote in the EU referendum.

Thousands of people were stranded at Waterloo station as trains were delayed or cancelled after torrential rain caused a flood in the Wimbledon area, throwing services in and out of Waterloo into chaos.

Related: EU referendum voters wade through water as floods hit south-east

At London Cannon St. No trains. Haven’t voted. Ballot on kitchen table in Kent #EUref #flooding pic.twitter.com/aalup8IZjH

Chaos and overcrowding at London stations. People at Charing Cross panicking about getting home to vote (including me!).

In London/SE and want to vote in the #EURef? Make sure you plan now to get back to your local polling station by 10pm!

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Source: Guardian Transport

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