That's not my train...: 1
About this deal
If the train journey you're going to make was delayed or cancelled, you may be entitled to a Delay Repay compensation from the train company that caused the delay. If you arrive late at your destination because of a delay or cancellation to a National Rail service, you can claim your Delay Repay compensation.
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Ask any parent that has had a baby since 1999 and they will tell you all about the Usborne ‘That’s Not My. For any other grievance including tickets purchased from counters or any sort of inconvenience caused at stations or trains during their travel, passengers are requested to raise their complaints to Bangladesh Railway through the concerned Guard.The details of this are yet to be announced, so check back with your train company closer to the time. Delay Repay compensation is based on the delay to your overall journey, so if a cancellation delays your overall journey by more than 15 or 30 minutes, you will be entitled to Delay Repay. If you have an advance ticket booked for a strike day and your service is cancelled, delayed or rescheduled, you are entitled to a change or refund.
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You can check the Passenger’s Charter of the train operator you’ll be travelling with for more information on their Delay Repay policy. Fares shall be deemed to be accepted, and tickets to be issued, subject to the condition of there being room available in the train for which the tickets are issued. Depending on the train operator you'll be travelling with, you can claim compensation if there's a 15-minute or 30-minute delay to your journey.Mr Lynch said the government plans to "attack" terms, conditions and working practices by using "fire and re-hire" and cut real-terms pay for most members through lengthy pay freezes and below RPI inflation pay rises.
Rail strikes: Your refund rights explained if your travel is
Nationwide rail strikes are due to take place on 13-14 December, 16-17 December, from 6pm on Christmas Eve to 6am on 27 December, 3-4 January and 6-7 January.
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