Disabled children denied business class train seats

Aimee Beveridge
August 2013
Daily Mail;8/13/2013, p21
A GROUP of children with special needs was forced to sit on the floor of a train carriage - after they were told they couldn't sit in empty business class seats because they would 'spoil the journey' of other passengers.


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