‘I think it’s disgusting’ says a commuter about the rail strike disruptions.

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‘I’m not pleased with what the strikers are doing. Disrupting nurses heading to London Bridge to work in the hospital, I think it’s disgusting.’

Paul Hawkins is on London Bridge speaking to commuters having to find alternative routes to work because of the rail strike.

‘If you want to get out of London on public transport, a coach or a bus are the only way to do so.’

Ellie Costello reports from Victoria bus station as commuters and tourists try to adapt their travel plans due to the rail strike.

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