'Wrong direction of travel': Britain's railways to exit EU Interrail scheme sparking aviation emission fears

Madeleine Cuff
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Visitors will need to buy a BritRail pass to travel freely on the UK network | Credit: ands456
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Visitors will need to buy a BritRail pass to travel freely on the UK network | Credit: ands456

From January 2020 Interrail and Eurail ticket holders wil not be able to use their passes on UK rail network, sparking concern move could encourage more people onto planes

The decision by Britain's rail industry to withdraw from the Eurail and Interrail pass schemes next year has sparked outrage from cross-party politicians concerned the move will discourage people from...

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