“It’s utter chaos” – why are UK trains running so badly in the north?

“it’s utter chaos” - why are uk trains running so badly in the north?

Channel 4 News published this video item, entitled ““It’s utter chaos” – why are UK trains running so badly in the north?” – below is their description.

Mayors from across northern England say they’ve had positive talks with the Transport Secretary over the chaos in the region’s rail services, but they’re now calling for concrete action to improve things.

The mayors said the ‘absolute bare minimum’ of levelling up was being able to get to work and college on time but the rail chaos meant that millions of northerners couldn’t even guarantee that.

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