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Help fight unfair penalty fares

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4 December 2009: The Government wants to increase penalty fares from £20 to £50 - but it doesn't always make it easy for people to buy a ticket.

Yes, everyone should pay to take the train, but at the moment passengers are often faced with long ticket office queues - or nowhere to buy a ticket - and a complex fare structure. Instead of increasing penalty fares, the Government should deal with these problems by ensuring that stations and trains are well-staffed and reviewing fares to make them simpler and cheaper.

Tell the Government not to increase penalty fares.

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