Rail disruption set to continue into next week after train cracks found

He told BBC business correspondent Katy Austin that while body shell cracking would not “cause the trains to crash or disintegrate or anything like that”, action needed to be taken, because if metal fatiguing was allowed to continue, the “cracks will spread, and the body shell strength will be weakened”.

Recent Posts

The experiences replacing closed High Street stores

And he says there's no single party that can solve the problem: "This needs people to come together. I think it's a significant moment and a really big opportunity, particularly for those centres and high streets where there is no future for retail, for radical, bold,...

read more

Covid: The holiday makers having to self-isolate abroad

The pair have had to pay upfront to keep the room on at the hotel, but their travel insurance will reimburse their costs. As Samantha is the one with coronavirus, her new flight home is also covered, but Charlotte will have to pay for her flight home, because her...

read more