UK rail operators plan to restore 90% of train services

Move follows government pressure to get more commuters back to their offices and workplaces

Train operators will restore more services on Monday as the government seeks to encourage Britain’s office workers back to their desks.

Around 90% of the usual schedule will be operating after the timetable change, and up to 98% of pre-pandemic commuter services in the south-east, although some of the remaining suspended train services are now unlikely to come back until December.

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