The Tories are hitting rail passengers with eye-watering fare increases. Since 2010, rail fares have rocketed by 25% - three times faster than wages.
Rail fares go up again on 4 January. That day is likely to be many people’s first day back at work – and on their first day, the Tory government is hitting them again with higher rail fares.
The Labour Party is running a national campaign to hold the Tories to account for their failure on rail fares. You can be a part of that campaign you show that Labour is campaigning all year round in your community, and how we are standing up for local people hit by the Tory rail fare rises plus build support for Labour in your community by
If you have a spare minute, you can tweet a short message about rail fare rises and the campaign infographic to the hashtag #RailRipOff #Brighton.
If you have a spare 10 minutes, you can use our model letter to help write your own letter and send it to your local paper. Please email email@example.com for more details.
If you have a spare hour, you can hand out some of the Labour Party’s latest leaflet on rail fare rises at a local train station: