Pregnant commuter forced to sit on train floor slams rail firm rules

Miranda Bryant
February 2014
Evening Standard;2/17/2014, p11
A PREGNANT commuter has hit out at train bosses for their seating policy after she was forced to sit on a carriage floor when she nearly collapsed.


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