Criticism for Network Rail as commuters battle further disruption

PUBLISHED: 14:25 06 January 2016 | UPDATED: 14:25 06 January 2016

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Commuters were delayed this morning

Commuters faced further disruption on the way into work today (Wednesday), after already enduring 10 days of engineering works over the festive period.

Signalling problems reportedly began last night (Tuesday) with issues reoccuring this morning.

Southeastern services to Charing Cross had to be diverted.

Bexleyheath and Crayford MP David Evennett has crticised Network Rail following the disruption.

He said: “I have been inundated with complaints about the problems affecting services at London Bridge, which are in addition to the problems on the South East network on Monday.

“My constituents have not had a positive experience of commuting at all this week.”

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